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Journal 
NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 




Southeastern Jurisdiction 

Of 
THE METHODIST CHURCH 



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in 2010 with funding from 

North Carolina Conference, United Methodist Conference 



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Journal 



OF THE 



North Carolina Annual Conference 

Richmond Area 
Southeastern Jurisdiction 



of 



Tke MetWist Ckurck 



Edited for the Conference by 

W. Carleton Wilson 

Saint James Methodist Church 

Tarboro, N. C. 



FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 

Wilson, North Carolina 

June 23-26, 1958 



PRINTED BY THE 



GRAPHIC PRESS. INC., RALEIGH, N. C. 



THE CONFERENCE CABINET 

OFFICERS 

Area Bishop Paul N. Garber 

President Allen P. Brantley 

Secretary Chancie D. Barclift 

MEMBERS 

j Bishop Paul N. Garber, Allen P. Brantley, Chancie D. Barclift, C. Freeman Heath, 
'Offie L. Hathaway, Howard M. McLamb, A. Jarvis Hobbs, Graham S. Eubank, 
I Walter C. Ball, J. Ezell Garlington. 

CABINET DIRECTORY 

Bishon Paul N. Garber, 404 Methodist Bldg., Richmond, Va. 

Telephones: Office MI 3-6976; Residence— EL 9-5929 
Residence: 21 1 Massie Road, Windsor Farms, Richmond, Va. 

Allen P. Brantley, 503 Tarleton Street, Burlington, N. C. ..Tel. CA 8-1846 

Burlington District 

Chancie D. Barclift, 1002 West Knox Street, Durham, N. C Tel. 8-1147 

Durham District 

C. Freeman Heath, 713 West Church Street, Elizabeth City, N. C Tel. 2415 

Elizabeth City District 

Offie L. Hathaway, P. O. Box 3246, Fayetteville, N. C Tel. HE 2-4934 

Fayetteville District 

Howard M. McLamb. Route 3, Goldsboro, N. C. ... Tel. 2172 

Goldsboro District 

A. Jarvis Hobbs, P. O. Box 1 87, New Bern, N. C. .....Tel. ME 7-4600 

New Bern District 

Graham S. Eubank, 1913 Reid Street. Raleigh, N. C. Tel. TE 2-6988 

Raleigh District 

Walter C. Ball, 803 Sycamore Street, Rocky Mount, N. C. .....Tel. 2-3022 

Rocky Mount District 

J. Ezell Garlington, 1516 Market Street, Wilmington. N. C. ...Tel. 3-49987 

Wilmington District 



CABINET PHOTOGRAPH 

(Reading left to right) 

Offie L. Hathaway, Walter C. Ball, Graham S. Eubank, Chancie D. Barclift. J. 
Ezell Garlington, Bishop Paul N. Garber, Allen P. Brantley, A. Jarvis Hobbs, C. 
Freeman Heath, Howard M. McLamb. 



CONTENTS 

Page Reference 
SECTION I 

Conference Officers 5 

Historical Statement and Record of Annual Conference Sessions 6 

Rules of Order and Procedure 7 

SECTION II 

Organizations: Agencies, Boards, Commissions and Committees 1 1 

Committees for the 1958 Annual Conference 21 

Other Church Related Committees, Agencies and Institutions 21 

District Boards of Church Building and Location 26 

District Committees on Ministerial Qualifications 27 

Lay Delegates to the Annual Conference of 1958 27- 

Chronological Roll of the Conference 37 

Record of Preachers On Trial 45 

Record of Approved Supply Pastors 47 

Roll of Local Preachers 1958-1959 50 

Classes in Conference Course of Study 53 

Conference Directory— 1 958-59 55 

SECTION III 

Minutes of Special Session 70 

Conference Program 79 

Journal of Proceedings (Daily Minutes) 84 

Condensed Minutes (Disciplinary Questions) 102 

Certificates of Ordination 109 

Appointments for 1958-59 11 h- 

Changes in Appointments Between Sessions — 1957-1958 122 

Changes in Boundaries (District and Charge) 123 

Memorial Service, Memoirs 125 

Roll of Deceased Ministerial Members of Conference 140 

SECTION IV 

Index of Reports to Annual Conference 142 

Reports of District Superintendents 144 

Reports of Agencies, Boards, Commissions and Committees 154 

SECTION V 

Amendments, Motions, Resolutions 277 

SECTION VI 

1. A Statement by the Conference Treasurer, Marvin J. Cowell 283 

2. Treasurer's Statement of Board Operations 283 

3. Auditor's Report on Examination 314 

**4. Other Financial Exhibits: 327 

a) Camp Don Lee 327 

b) Methodist Youth Assemblies 329 

c) Pastor's School 330 

d) Wesley Foundation Commission ^ 331 

** Financial Exhibits not shown in Section VI, appear with Agency Report 

in Section IV if submitted. (Editor) 

SECTION VII 

Statistical Exhibits: Pastor's Report to the Annual Conference 

Tables 1-A and 1-B: Tables 2-A and 2-B 334 



Journal of Proceedings 5 

SECTION I 

CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

President Bishop Paul N. Garber 

404 Methodist Building, Richmond, Va., Tel. MI 3-6976 

Conference Secretary W. Carleton Wilson 

Box 630, Tarboro, N. C, Tel. TA 3-3783— TA 3-2795 

Associate Secretary LaFon C. Vereen 

1210 Broad Street, Durham, N. C, Tel. 8-1880 

Statistician David D. Traynham 

Jackson, N. C. 

Conference Treasurer Marvin J. Cowell 

P. O. Box 10344, Raleigh, N. C, Tel. TE 2-5441 
Office: 2013 Clark Avenue 



JOURNAL SECRETARIES SECRETARIAL ASSISTANTS 

Chester J. Andrews Carl W. Barbee Mrs. L. C. Vereen Mrs. W. C. Wilson 

James A. Auman Mrs. J. A. Auman 

Miss Betty Jane Boney 

CONFERENCE LAY LEADER 

J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson, N. C; 
Tel. AMhurst 8-2862 

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS: CONFERENCE BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

Executive Secretary, Board of Education C. P. Morris 

P. O. Box 6667, College Station, Durham, N. C, Tel. 9-7746 

Executive Director, Commission on Higher Education Paul Carruth 

P. O. Box 1006, Raleigh, N. C, 216 Warren Bldg., Tel. VA 8-5431 

Executive Director, Board of Evangelism Hiram K. King 

P. O. Box 10522, Raleigh, N. C, Tel. TE 4-4745 

Executive Secretary, Board of Missions Thomas A. Collins 

920 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh, N. C, Tel. TE 31253 

Conference Missionary Secretary M. W. Lawrence 

1014 Monmouth Ave., Durham, N. C, Tel. 6-2401 

Conference Secretary, Commission on Town and Country Work Ralph I. Epps 

P. O. Box 365, Grifton, N. C, Tel. LA 4-5096 

Director of Field Work, Commission on Town and Country Work Roy L. Turnage 
P. O. Box 545 Ayden, N. C, Tel. 3236 



HISTORICAL STATEMENT 

The North Carolina Conference was set off from the Virginia Conference 
in May, 1836, and in 1850, and again in 1870, North Carolina territory in the : 
South Carolina Conference was transferred to this Conference. In 1890 North 
Carolina territory in the Holston Conference and in the Virginia Conference, j 
except that beyond the Chowan River, was transferred to the North Carolina 
Conference, and the Conference was divided into the North Carolina and Western 
North Carolina Conferences. In 1894 the remaining North Carolina territory in 
the Virginia Conference was transferred to the North Carolina Conference. 

The North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Church was composed of 
the North Carolina Conference of the former M. E. Church, South, and parts of 
the North Carolina Conference of the former Methodist Protestant Church and 
the Blue Ridge-Atlantic Conference of the former Methodist Episcopal Church. 
The former Methodist Episcopal Church gave to the North Carolina Conference 
of The Methodist Church 9 preachers, 11 charges and 1,837 members; the former 
Methodist Protestant Church 23 preachers, 20 charges and 9,152 members; the i 
former Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 273 preachers, 226 charges and 
132,735 members. 



SESSIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 

(Since Unification in 1939) 



Where Held 


When 


President 


Secretary 


5.5fc 

— ■a 


si 

o 

3 C 

-3§g 


Fayetteville 

Wilmington 


Nov. 1939 
Nov. 1940 
Nov. 1941 
Nov. 1942 
Nov. 1943 
Nov. 1944 
Nov. 1945 
Nov. 1946 
Nov. 1947 
Nov. 1948 
Nov. 1949 
Nov. 1950 
Nov. 1951 
Oct. 1952 
Oct. 1953 
Oct. 1954 
June 1955 
June 1956 
June 1957 
June 1958 


W.Walter Peele 
Clare Purcell_- 
Clare Pur cell __ 
Clare Purcell__ 
Clare Purcell__ 
W.Walter Peele 
W.Walter Peele 
W. Walter Peele 
W.Walter Peele 
W. Walter Peele 
W.Walter Peele 
W. Walter Peele 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 
Paul N. Garber 


T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

T. McM. Grant 

W. Carleton Wilson 
W. Carleton Wilson 
W. Carleton Wilson 
W. Carleton Wilson 
W. Carleton Wilson 
W. Carleton Wilson 


143,724 
143,432 
144,839 
146,143 
149,703 
151,955 
154,081 
159,399 
161,855 
163,748 
166,3S0 
168,629 
169.181 
169,615 
171,377 
172,550 
174,407 
178,548 
181,722 
186,368 


98,650 

96,710 

96,451 

93,626 

90,641 

83,340 

88,622 

95,914 M 
102,397 1 
105,785 {] 
109,059 1 


Wilson . 


Rocky Mount 

Raleigh 


Goldsboro 

Henderson 

Elizabeth City 

Greenville 

Sanford 




113,983 \\ 
115,903 1 
120,491 1 
124,870 ■ 
128,614 | 
132,294 i 
137,591 
141,861 
144,165 


Wilmington 

Burlington 

Durham 


Fayetteville 

Greenville 

New Bern 

Wilson 



Journal of Proceedings 

Rules of Order and Procedure for the North Carolina 
Annual Conference of The Methodist Church 



I. RULES OF ORDER 

1 . Robert's Rules of Order shall apply to any situation not covered by these Rules. 

2. No member who has the floor may be interrupted except for a breach of order, 
a misrepresentation, to direct the attention of the Conference to the fact that 
time has arrived for a special order, or to raise a very urgent question of high 
privilege. 

3. No member shall speak a second time on the same question if any member 
who has not yet spoken desires the floor, nor more than twice on the same 
subject under the same motion, nor longer than ten minutes unless his time 
shall be extended by the Conference, except as provided in Rule 4. 

4. When the report of the committee is under consideration and when all have 
spoken who desire to do so, or when (and after) the previous question has been 
ordered, the chairman and/ or duly authorized member or members presenting 
the committee's report (and the minority report if there be one) shall be entitled 
to speak before the vote is taken. 

5. A member claiming the floor at any time for what he believes is a very urgent 
question of high privilege, shall be allowed to indicate briefly the nature of the 
question, and if it be adjudged by the chair to be such, he may proceed at hi? 
pleasure, or until the chairman judges he has exhausted his privilege. 

6. Voting shall be by a show of hands unless otherwise ordered by the Conference. 
A "yea" and "nay" vote, if taken, shall be by written ballot, which result will 
be published in the Conference Journal. A count vote may be ordered on call 
of any member supported by one-fifth of the members present and voting, in 
which case the delegates shall rise from their seats and stand while they are 
counted. 

II. ORGANIZATION 

1. The Secretary: The secretary of the Annual Conference shall be elected quad- 
rennially, at the first session of the Conference after the meeting of the General 
Conference; and on nominations arising from the floor. 

2. Assistant Secretaries: The secretary shall nominate his assistants and the Con- 
ference shall elect. 

3. Statisticians: There shall be a conference statistician and an assistant statisti- 
cian. The statistician shall be elected quadrennially at the first session after the 
meeting of the General Conference. The assistant statistician shall be elected 
annually upon nomination by the statistician. 

4. Conference Stenographers: The conference secretary shall employ the confer- 
ence stenographers. 

5. Compensation: The Commission on World Service and Finance shall deter- 
mine, subject to the approval of the Conference, the compensation given 
officers for their services and also the method and amount for meeting expenses 
of said officers. The conference treasurer shall pay these amounts. 

6. Boards, Commissions, and Committees: The Bishop and his Cabinet shall 
determine the size of and nominate the members of all boards, commissions, 
and committees authorized by the General Conference, the Southeastern Juris- 
dictional Conference, and this Annual Conference, except in those cases in 



8 North Carolina Annual Conference 

which the Discipline directs otherwise. The recommendations and nominations 
shall be subject to the approval of the Conference. 

7. The Conference Board of Trustees: The Conference Board of Trustees shall 
be required to meet at least once a year other than the regular meeting at the 
session of the Annual Conference. 

8. The Conference Treasurer and all others receiving and disbursing funds from 
our Conference shall be required to make audited statements annually, and 
to print the same in the Journal. 

9. Program Committee: There shall be a Program Committee of the Conference 
consisting of the resident Bishop, the Conference Secretary, the District Super- 
intendent of the District in which the sessions of the Conference is held, the 
pastor of the host church, and the Conference Lay Leader. This committee 
shall determine the compensation and expense for invited speakers and this 
shall be paid from the Conference expense fund. 

10. Committee on Conference Objectives: There shall be a Conference Quadren- 
nial Committee on Conference Objectives. See Paragraph 651 — Question 47, 
page 185, 1956 Discipline. 

11. Entertainment Committee: There shall be a Conference Entertainment Com- 
mittee, composed of three ministers and two laymen. This committee shall be 
elected at the first session of the Conference following the General Confer- 
ence, and shall serve for the Quadrennium. This committee shall receive in- 
vitations and determine the place and method of entertaining the Conference 
sessions. The Committee is requested to determine the place of holding the 
next Conference not later than January 1, if possible. 

12. Committee on Memoirs: The Conference Secretary and the District Superin- 
tendents shall constitute the Committee on Memoirs. The members of the 
committee shall be charged with the responsibility of providing for all the 
details of the memorial service. The Conference Secretary shall be the chair- 
man of this committee. 

13. Committee on Daily Minutes: A committee of three members shall be elected 
each year to examine the daily minutes of the sessions of the Conference and 
report daily to the Conference. 

14. Courtesies and Resolutions: There shall be constituted a Committee on Cour- 
tesies and Resolutions, annually, at the first session of the Conference. 

15. Committee on Appeals: There shall be appointed, quadrennially, a Committee 
on Appeals, composed of at least five members, whose duties shall be to 
hear appeals from the decisions of the several District Boards of Church Loca- 
tion and Building, or any other questions that may properly come before them. 

16. American Bible Society: All matters regarding the relation of the Conference 
to the American Bible Society and its work shall be referred to the Board of 
Education. 

III. REPORTS AND RESOLUTIONS 

1. All reports and resolutions presented to the Conference shall be written (type- 
written if possible) in triplicate. Two copies shall be in the hands of the con- 
ference secretary before the report or resolution shall be read to the Confer- 
ence for consideration. 

2. Any amendment offered to any paper, and all motions must be in writing and 
placed in the hands of the conference secretary immediately following its 
presentation. 



Journal of Proceedings 

IV. LAY DELEGATES TO THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

1. Lay delegates, regular and reserve, from the pastoral charges to the Annual 
Conference shall be elected by the Quarterly Conference at least forty-five 
days prior to the session of the Annual Conference. 

2. Each district superintendent shall complete the list of lay delegates to the 
Annual Conference, from his district, at least forty-five days before the An- 
nual Conference session, and shall immediately transmit the completed list, 
in duplicate, to the conference secretary. 

3. Substitutions for lay delegates to the Annual Conference must be made in 
written form provided by the conference secretary, and must be approved and 
signed by the district superintendent. Such substitute delegates may function 
only in the absence of the regular delegates. 

V. PASTORS' REPORTS TO THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE: STATISTICS 

1. Each pastor shall complete Table I of his annual report to the Conference, and 
transmit the same to the conference statistician at least two weeks prior to the 
opening date of the Conference. 

2. Charge and church treasurers shall mail their final remittance for the current 
year to the conference treasurer on the second Monday preceding the opening 
date of the Annual Conference, and each pastor shall complete and mail 
Table II to the conference statistician immediately thereafter. 

3. Each table of the report shall be filled out by individual churches with totals 
for the charge. 

4. Table II shall be made out in even dollars only. 

5. Tables I and II shall be printed in the Conference lournal with individual 
church reports and charge totals as compiled by the conference statistician 
from the pastors' reports. 

VI. THE CONFERENCE JOURNAL 

1. Editor: The conference secretary shall be charged with the responsibility of 
editing and making contracts for the publication of the Conference lournal. 
in keeping with the regulations of the General Conference and of the South- 
eastern lurisdictional Conference. The editor shall have full authority to con- 
dense reports, memoirs, and other papers when necessary. 

2. One complimentary copy of the Conference Journal shall be sent to each of 
the following: The Conference Claimants, the General Boards, the Publishing 
House, lay members of the Conference Boards, lay delegates to the Annual 
Conference, the Educational and church-related institutions of the North 
Carolina Conference. The conference secretary shall have discretionary au- 
thority to send copies to such other educational institutions as he may deem 
advisable. Six copies shall be sent to each pastor without charge. All other 
copies shall be sold at $1.25 each, or single copies by mail at $1.35 each. 
Monies accruing from the sale of Journal shall be deposited with the confer- 
ence treasurer and credited to the Journal account. 

VII. DISTRICTS 

1. The number of districts shall be nine. 

2. A district conference shall be held annually, in each district. 

3. Each pastoral charge shall elect annually two lay delegates to the district 
conference. These shall be in addition to those named by the Discipline as 
ex officio members. 



10 North Carolina Annual Conference 

4. The district and associate district lay leaders shall be elected annually by the 
Annual Conference on nomination of the district superintendents and the 
conference lay leaders. 

5. The district superintendent of each district shall be required to furnish to the 
bishop, the conference treasurer, and the conference statistician, as early in 
the year as possible an official copy of the apportionments to the charges for 
World Service and Conference Benevolences and the amounts accepted by 
the charges, also the amounts approved by the charges for the several items 
of ministerial support. The figures furnished the conference statistician shall 
be used by him in making up his report to the Conference. Two of these 
copies are to be sent to the secretary of the Commission on World Service 
and Finance. 

6. Each district superintendent, as early in the year as possible, shall furnish the 
bishop, the conference treasurer, and the conference statistician with a sche- 
dule of the salaries of pastors as set by the Quarterly Conferences. The figures 
furnished by the district superintendent to the conference statistician shall be 
used by him in making up his report to the Conference. 

7. We call attention of the district superintendents to Paragraph 431 (1) 1956 
Discipline, and state that we believe that a reasonable time for such consulta- 
tion, before the appointments are to be read, could not be construed to be less 
than twenty-four hours. 

Vffl. AMENDMENTS 
1. These rules of order and procedure may be amended by a two-thirds vote on 
the next day after a proposed amendment has been presented in writing; pro- 
vided the rule fixing the number of districts may be amended by a majority 
vote; provided, further, a change in the number of districts may not be made 
later than the second morning of the Annual Conference session. 

JX. WHEN THE RULES BECOME EFFECTD7E 

1. These rules of order and procedure of the North Carolina Annual Conference 
shall become effective immediately upon passage by the vote of the majority 
of the Conference. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Chairman 
Conference Committee on Rules 



Journal of Proceedings 1 1 

SECTION II 

Agencies, Boards, Commissions and Committees 

(The paragraph numbers which appear by the several Agencies, Boards, Com- 
missions and Committees refer to the paragraph of the 1956 Discipline.) 

BISHOP'S COMMITTEE ON CHURCH ARCHITECTURE 

Chairman C. D. Barclift, 1002 W. Knox St., Durham 

Vice-Chairman Archie R. Davis, 1222 Arnette Ave., Durham 

Secretary William R. Campbell, Randolph Rd., Durham 

Members: Frank I. Ballard, Box 1404, Wilmington; Walter Burgess, 115 Hillsboro 
Road, Raleigh; Rev. T. A. Collins, 920 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh; R. E. DuMont, 
Treasurer, The Duke Endowment, 30 Rockefellow Plaza, New York City; Rev. 
J. E. Garlington, 1516 Market Street, Wilmington; William B. Griffin, Box 143, 
Goldsboro; Thomas T. Hayes, Jr., Box 385, Southern Pines; Vernon Lewis, 100 
N. Church St., Burlington; Rev. M. Wilson Nesbitt, 2401 Englewood Ave., Dur- 
ham; Robert H. Stephens, 504 Pollock St., New Bern; Rev. Key W. Taylor, Box 
156, Carrboro; Rev. A. J. Walton, 803 Second St., Durham; James A. Ward, Rt. 
2, Box 180, Goodwin Road, Durham; Ed. Pugh, Jr., Elizabeth City. 

CO-ORDINATING COUNCIL (page 169, 1955 Journal) 
Membership: Bishop Paul N. Garber, Chairman; District Superintendents: 
A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, 
A. J. Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington; Conference Lay 
Leader: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr.; District Lay Leaders: Burlington, J. F. Rogers; Dur- 
ham, Frank Hanft; Elizabeth City, Fred Ritter; Fayetteville, Terry Sanford; Golds- 
boro, A. C. Edwards; New Bern, Roy L. Turnage, Jr.; Raleigh, H. L. Ridgeway, Jr.; 
Rocky Mount, E. E. Adkins; Wilmington, A. E. Goldfinch, Box 161, Tabor City; 
Conference President Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. Pierce Johnson, 
Weldon; District Presidents of Woman's Society of Christian Service: Burlington, 
Mrs. George Ratterman, Mebane; Durham, Mrs. Frank W. Hanft, Chapel Hill; 
Elizabeth City, Mrs. N. L. Mixon, Rt. 1, Washington; Fayetteville, Mrs. Hubert 
R. Odom, Gibson; Goldsboro, Mrs. Shelton B. Boyd, Mt. Olive; New Bern, Mrs. 
I. N. Moore, Beaufort; Raleigh, Mrs. D. H. Sutton, 109 Chamberlain St., Raleigh; 
Rocky Mount, Mrs. Harold A. Braswell, Whitakers; Wilmington, Mrs. W. C. Davis, 
1813 Woolcott Ave., Wilmington; And Officers and Executive Secretaries of all 
Conference Boards, Commissions, and Committees as listed in the Conference 
Journal. 

DEACONESS BOARD f 1254 

Chairman Deaconess Ethelynde Ballance 

Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. W. I. McLamb 

Members — All Active Deaconesses serving within the bounds of the Confer- 
ence: Miss Ethelynde Ballance, 1109 Roberdel Road, Rockingham; Miss Mamiej 
Chandler, 501 E. Fifth St.. Greenville; Ministers of Local Churches employing 
Deaconesses: W. R. Johnson, Roberdel; W. M. Howard, Jr., Greenville; Members 
of the Cabinet: Bishop Paul N. Garber, A. P. Brantley. C. D. Barclift. C. F. Heath, 



12 North Carolina Annual Conference 

0. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, Walter C. Ball, J. E. 
Garlington; Four Representatives of the Conference Woman's Society of Christian 
Service: Mrs. L. S. Thompson, Plymouth; Mrs. Allen C. Lee, Farmville; Mrs. W. I. 
McLamb, Clear Run, Garland; Mrs. W. Taylor Long, Blanch; One representative 
not a deaconess from the local board of managers or committee of each project 
within the Conference where deaconesses live or are employed: Mrs. Cecil Terry, 
Rockingham, Mrs. W. H. Taft, Greenville; One representative from the Commis- 
sion on Christian Vocation: R. L. Bame, Southern Pines; Deaconess on Leave: Miss 
Sarah McCracken, Durham; Retired Deaconesses: Miss Elizabeth Davis, Rocky 
Mount; Miss Jennie Congleton, Greenville. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION ^|1443 

President Vergil E. Queen 

Vice-President W. L. Clegg 

Secretary -W. Stanley Potter 

Executive Secretary -C. P. Morris 

Director Adult Work Harold D. Minor 

Director Youth Work Robert McKenzie, Jr. 

Director Children's Work .Wesley G. Brogan 

Executive Committee: Vergil E. Queen, W. L. Clegg, W. Stanley Potter, Leon 
Russell, R. G. Dawson, Lester A. Tilley, Jesse H. Lanning, John M. Meares, 
Brooks Patten, Julian Aldridge, Paul Carruth, and C. P. Morris (ex officio, without 
privilege to vote). 

Clerical Members: Vergil E. Queen, W. L. Clegg, W. Stanley Potter, Leon 
Russell, R. G. Dawson, Lester Tilley, Jesse H. Lanning, Brooks Patten, Paul 
Carruth, L. A. Aitken, Robert F. Moore, James A. Auman, E. R. Shuller, M. C. 
Dunn, E. C. Shoaf, Christian White. 

Lay Members: John Meares, Raleigh; Julian Aldridge, Rocky Mount; James 
T. Patrick, Durham; Andrew Bailey, Elizabeth City; J. O. Talley, Jr., Fayetteville; 
C. W. Twiford, Goldsboro; H. L. McDonald, New Bern; Blaine M. Madison, 
Raleigh; W. Avery Thompson, Lake Waccamaw; Mrs. Ernest Smotherman, Golds- 
boro; Mrs. R. L. Jerome, Roanoke Rapids; T. S. Newbold, Rocky Mount; T. J. 
Collier, Bayboro; Miss Nancy Wike, Greenville; Mrs. V. E. Queen, Durham; Mrs. 
Robert Massey, Zebulon; Miss Mabel Nance. 

Youth Members: Miss Beth McLamb, Garland and W.C.U.N.C; Phil Carlton, 
Pinetops and N. C. State; Jean Edwards. Rocky Mount and Greensboro College; 
Carolee Wood, Siler City and Greensboro College. 

COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION ^2018 

Chairman Vergil E. Queen 

Executive Director, Commission on Higher Education Paul Carruth 

Members: The resident Bishop, Paul N. Garber; the Board of Education; 
the District Superintendents; the Conference Lay Leader; the President of the Con- 
ference Woman's Society of Christian Service; the Chairman of all Quadrennial 
Boards and/ or Agencies. 

Note: The Executive Committee of the Board of Education is also the Execu- 
tive Comittee of the Commission. 



Journal of Proceedings 13 

BOARD OF EVANGELISM ^|1478 

President Walter F. Anderson, Raleigh 

Vice-President Leon Couch 

Secretary H. Langill Watson 

Executive Director, Conference Board of Evangelism Hiram K. King 

Clerical: E. B. Fisher, W. A. Seawell, Robert F. Bundy, R. E. Walston, L. T. 
Wilson, J. W. Lineberger, B. L. Davidson, R. G. Dawson, Albert Folds, L. C. 
Vereen. 

Lay: Ralph Hodges, Burlington; C. M. Allen, Bahama; Charles L. Saunders, 
Elizabeth City, Fred Avett, Hamlet; Roland Braswell, Route #5, Goldsboro; S. A. 
Chalk, Jr., Morehead City; Walter F. Anderson, 3305 Ruffin Street, Raleigh; J. A. 
Glover, Nashville; Wade Bierces, Wilmington. 

Members ex officio: The District Superintendents: A. P. Brantley, C. D. Bar- 
clift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, 
W. C. Ball, J. E. Garlington. District Secretaries of Evangelism': W. E. Howard. 
William K. Quick, C. G. McCarver, J. Paul Edwards, Leon Couch, H. L. Watson, 
J. T. Maides, L. L. Parrish, Paul C. Browning. Secretary of Spiritual Life of the 
Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. R. L. Jerome, Roanoke 
Rapids; Executive Director of the Conference Board of Evangelism: Hiram K. 
King; Chairman of Christian Witness Commission of the Conference Methodist 
Youth Fellowship: Barbara Proctor, 1304 S. Garnett St., Henderson. 

BOARD OF HOSPITALS AND HOMES «jl571 

President Howard P. Powell 

Vice-President M. W. Warren 

Secretary Ben F. Musser 

Clerical: J. C. P. Brown, K. R. Wheeler, Leon W. Ross, M. W. Warren, E. B. 
Edwards, C. A. Johnson, H. P. Powell, B. F. Musser, J. D. Aycock. 

Lay: William Coble, Burlington; E. W. Dunham, Swift Ave., Durham; L. R. 
Foreman, Elizabeth City; Mrs. R. D. McCloud, Biscoe; Emmet Jones, La Grange; 
Julian Quinn, Kinston; C. K. Burgess, Raleigh; Walter Dunn, Elm City; W. A. 
McGirt, Wilmington. 

Ex officio members: J. F. Coble, R. L. Dicks, R. L. Nicks, Ross Porter, and 
any General Board member residing within the Conference. 



BOARD OF LAY ACTD7ITIES ^|1503 

Chairman J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson 

Vice-Chairman Alonza C. Edwards, Hookerton 

Secretary Roy L. Turnage, Jr., Ayden 

Treasurer Terry Sanford, Fayetteville 

Executive Committee — Chairman: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr.; Vice Chairman: A. 
C. Edwards; Secretary: Roy Turnage, Jr.; Treasurer: Terry Sanford; District Super- 
intendent: Rev. O. L. Hathaway. 



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Burlington District — District Lay Leader: James F. Rogers, Security Bank 
Building, Burlington, N. C; Associate Lay Leaders: O. A. Zachary, 2511 Academy 
Lane (JHS), Sanford, N. C; E. V. Wood, Siler City, N. C; T. Roy Phillips, Carth- 
age, N. C; L. Warren McAdams, Swepsonville, N. C; Ralph Aldridge, Yanceyville, 
N. C; Dr. Paul F. Maness, 1010 Central Ave., Burlington, N. C; District Super- 
intendent—Allen P. Brantley, 503 Tarleton St., Burlington, N. C. 

Durham District — District Lay Leader: Dr. Frank Hanft, Bowling Creek Rd., 
Chapel Hill, N. C; Associate Lay Leaders: Jack Featherston, Roxboro, N. C; E. 
T. Regan, Oxford, N. C; Paul Carr, Jr., Hillsboro, N. C; James T. Patrick, 1118 
Eighth St.. Durham, N. C; District Superintendent — C. D. Barclift, 1002 W. Knox 
St., Durham, N. C. 

Elizabeth City District — District Lay Leader: Fred Ritter, Ahoskie, N. C; 
Associate Lay Leaders: Curtis V. Powell, Corapeake, N. C; C. S. Meekins, Manteo, 
N. C; A. M. Sparrow, Ransonville, N. C; Gerald D. James, Edenton, N. C; John 
Henry Singleton, RFD 1, Washington, N. C; District Superintendent: C. Freeman 
Heath, 713 W. Church St., Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Fayetteville District — District Lay Leader: Terry Sanford, Pittman Bldg., 
Fayetteville, N. C; Associate Lay Leaders: Joe C. Stowe, Hamlet, N. C; J. H. Bris- 
son, St. Pauls, N. C; R. C. Field, Star, N. C; Tracy Watson, Maxton, N. C; John 
T. Henley, Hope Mills, N. C; District Superintendent: O. L. Hathaway, Box 3246, 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Goldsboro District — District Lay Leader: A. C. Edwards, Hookerton, N. C.J 
Associate Lay Leaders: Robert Rose. 1608 Evergreen Ave., Goldsboro, N. C; J. 
T. Doughtie, P.O. Box 685, Clinton, N. C; Jesse Sumner, Willard, N. C; J. D. 
Joyner, Farmville, N. C; R. G. Gurley, Selma, N. C; District Superintendent: H. 
M. McLamb, Route 3, Goldsboro, N. C. 

New Bern District — District Lay Leader: Roy Turnage, Jr., Ayden, N. C; 
Associate Lay Leader: C. B. Wade, Morehead City, N. C; Hugh Ragsdale, Rich- 
lands, N. C; James E. Thomas, 1002 Oriental Ave., Kinston, N. C; Wyatt Brown, 
P.O. Box 624, Greenville, N. C; Harry Wright, New Bern, N. C; District Super- 
intendent: A. Jarvis Hobbs, Box 187, New Bern, N. C. 

Raleigh District — District Lay Leader: Herbert Ridgeway, Professional Bldg., 
Raleigh, N. C; Associate Lay Leaders: M. M. Person, Jr., Louisburg, N. C; Max 
Burt, Fuquay Springs, N. C; W. D. Payne, Henderson, N. C; John H. Harris, 
Raleigh, N. C; W. R. Drake, Macon, N. C; District Superintendent: Graham S. 
Eubank, 1913 Reid St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Rocky Mount District — District Lay Leader: E. E. Adkins, YMCA, Rocky 
Mount, N. C; Associate Lay Leaders: H. L. Swain, Williamston, N. C; Ballard 
S. Gay, Jackson, N. C; L. Taylor Oakes, Roanoke Rapids, N. C; G. B. Starling, 
Wilson, N. C; J. P. Woodard, Nashville, N. C, D. O. Speir, Bethel, N. C; District 

Superintendent: Walter C. Ball, 803 Sycamore St., Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Wilmington District — District Lay Leader: A. E. Goldfinch, Box 161, Tabor 
City, N. C; Associate Lay Leaders: F. K. Rogers, Clarkton, N. C; Charles Gard- 
ner, 504 West 20th St., Lumberton, N. C; Wade Pierce, 2718 Harrison St., Wil- 
mington, N. C; Dr. W. C. Burns, Whiteville, N. C; Ray Walton, Southport, N. C; 
District Superintendent: J. E. Garlington, 1516 Market St., Wilmington, N. C. 



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COMMISSION ON LOCAL CHURCH EMPHASIS 5J2017 

Chairman Graham Eubank 

Vice-Chairman . T. M . Vick 

Secretary -Treasurer Paul Carruth 

Members — The Presiding Bishop: Paul N. Garber; The District Superinten- 
dents: A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, 
A. J. Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington. One minister from 
each District: C. P. Womack, V. E. Queen, O. K. Ingram, J. W. Page, Leon 
Couch, T. M. Vick, H. P. Powell, Leon Russell, Paul Carruth. Conference Lay 
Leader: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. District Lay Leaders: J. F. Rogers, Frank Hanft, 
Fred Ritter, Terry Sanford, A. C. Edwards, Roy L. Turnage, Jr., H. L. Ridgeway, 
Jr., E. E. Adkins, A. E. Goldfinch. President of Conference Woman's Society of 
Christian Service: Mrs. Pierce Johnson. One representative from Board of Edu- 
cation: J. A. Russell; One representative from Board of Missions: C. P. Womack; 
One representative from Board of Evangelism: J. W. Lineberger: One representative 
from the Commission on World Service and Finance: T. W. Heath, Jr., Kinston; 
President of Conference Youth Fellowship: Francis Bradshaw, Duke University. 
Durham. 

COMMISSION ON MINIMUM SALARY ^826 

Chairman M. W. Lawrence 

Vice-Chairman O. L. Hathaway 

Secretary T. A. Collins 

Members: One representative from the Commission on Town and Country 
Work: D. D. Traynham; One representative from the Commission on World Serv- 
ice and Finance: C. S. Hubbard; One representative from the Board of Missions: 
T. A. Collins; One Pastor: M. W. Lawrence; One District Superintendent: O. L. 
Hathaway; Two Laymen: John Calvin Daily, Durham; Van C. Fleming, Greenville. 

BOARD OF MINISTERIAL TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS ^|669 

Chairman W. M. Howard, Jr. 

Vice-Chairman . D. L. Fouts 

Registrar _W. N. McDonald 

Members — One member from each District: H. L. Smith, Jr., R. E. Cushman, 
R. T. Commander, A. C. Lee, D. L. Fouts, W. M. Howard, Jr., W. N. McDonald, 
W. C. Wilson, J. D. A. Autry. 

Members-at-large: J. D. Young, H. L. Watson, W. B. Petteway, W. L. Free- 
man, C. W. Barbee. 

BOARD OF MISSIONS «|1295 

President Clyde S. Boggs 

Vice-President J. W. Page 

Secretary W. D. Caviness 

Conference Missionary Secretary M. W. Lawrence 

Executive Committee: Clyde S. Boggs, J. W. Page, W. D. Caviness, M. W. 
Lawrence, T. A. Collins, A. J. Walton, R. L. Jerome. 

Clerical: Rufus Stark, R. S. Harrison, N. W. Grant, C. S. Boggs, R. H. Lewis, 
J. F. Herbert, J. W. Page, C. P. Womack, R. H. Jordan. 

Lay: Hugh Cummings, Country Club Drive, Burlington; C. H. Chewning, 113 
Markham St., Durham; C. S. Meekins, Wanchese; Vernon Hogan, Norman; S. N. 
Welch, Clinton; Mrs. W. F. Dowdy, New Bern; Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; Leighton 
Blount, Bethel; Josiah Maultsby, Sr., Whiteville. 



16 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Members-at-Iarge: A. J. Walton; J. W. Hensdale, Fayetteville; George L. Jor- 
don, C. H. Mercer, W. D. Caviness. 

Members ex officio: The District Superintendents: A. P. Brantley, C. D. Bar- 
clift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, 
Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington; The District Missionary Secretaries: D. S. Reid, 
W. W. Lawrence, C. J. Andrews, W. R. Stevens, A. C. Lee, R. L. Crossno, R. L. 
Moser, R. L. Jerome, A. P. Hill; Conference Missionary Secretary; M. W. Law- 
rence; Conference Lay Leader: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr.; President of Confer- 
ence Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. Pierce Johnson; Executive 
Director Conference Board of Evangelism: Hiram K. King; Chairman of Commis- 
sion on World Service and Finance: G. S. Garriss, Troy; Members of the Gen- 
eral Board of Missions residing within bounds of the Annual Conference: J. W. 
Smith, Bethel; Two young men and two young women nominated by the Confer- 
ence youth organization: Dan Earnhardt, Durham; Alex Watson, New Bern; Nancy 
Compton, Raleigh; Virginia Turlington, College Station, Durham; Executive Secre- 
tary of Board of Missions and Church Extension: T. A. Collins; Chairman Mini- 
mum Salary Commission: M. W. Lawrence; Presidents and full time executives of 
city and district missionary societies: Chairman of Conference Commission on 
Town and Country Work: Key W. Taylor. 

Standing Committee On Survey: C. W. Robbins, Chairman, W. L. Clegg, 
Vice-Chairman, T. A. Collins, Secretary, J. E. Garlington, C. S. Boggs, Key W. 
Taylor, R. I. Epps, W. F. Anderson, H. K. King, V. E. Queen, C. P. Morris, M. 
W. Lawrence, Roy L. Turnage, Robert Wallace, Kenneth Sexton, R. H. Eason, 
C. G. McCarver, L. C. Vereen, R. L. Crossno, J. W. Lineberger, R. L. Jerome, 
J. T. Maides, O. L. Hathaway, J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. 

BOARD OF PENSIONS f 1613 

Chairman John M. Dozier, Durham 

Vice-Chairman R. L. Cox, Mount Olive 

Secretary W. R. Stevens 

Term expires 1960: R. L. Cox, Mount Olive; John Hackney, Wilson; A. M. 
Hubbard, Sanford; A. B. Kelly; T. R. Jenkins; W. R. Stevens; I. J. Strawbridge. 

Term expires 1964: J. D. A. Autry; F. Owen Fitzgerald; John M. Dozier, Duke 
University, Durham; Edmund Mann, Washington; J. H. Miller; A. S. Parker; 
Harold Staton, Bethel. 

COMMISSION ON PROMOTION AND CULTIVATION ^|755 

Chairman O. L. Hathaway 

Vice-Chairman Clyde Boggs 

Secretary J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. 

Membership: The Presiding Bishop: Paul N. Garber; The District Superinten- 
dents: A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, 
A. J. Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington; Chairman of Com- 
mission on World Service and Finance: G. S. Garriss, Troy; Conference Lay Lead- 
er: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson; President of Woman's Society of Christian Serv- 
ice: Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; Executive Secretary of Board of Education: C. 
P. Morris; Chairman of Board of Missions: Clyde S. Boggs; Chairman of Board of 
Education: V. E. Queen; Chairman of Board of Evangelism: Walter F. Anderson, 
Raleigh; Chairman of Board of Lay Activities: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson; Mem- 
bers of General Commission residing within bounds of Annual Conference: O. L. 



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Hathaway; and Chairman of other Conference agencies as may be desired by the 
Bishop and his Cabinet. 

BOARD OF TEMPERANCE ^1532 

President D. W. Charlton 

Vice-President E. L. Earnhardt 

Secretary -W. M. Wells, Jr. 

Clerical: Roger Garland, O. V. Elkins, Van T. Crawford, D. W. Charlton, 
E. L. Earnhardt, W. B. Cotton, H. F. Leatherman, L. P. Jackson, W. M. Wells, Jr. 

Lay: Harvey Mitchell, Burlington; R. C. Compton Cedar Grove; Roy Gray, 
Hatteras; Younger Sneed, Raeford; Mrs. Wilton Holowell, 1506 Holly Street, 
Goldsboro; Mrs. Joe S. Johnson, Rhem Ave., New Bern; Mrs. Earl W. Brian, 
Raleigh; Two young people under twenty-three years of age at the time of then- 
election, nominated by the Annual Conference of Methodist Youth Fellowship: 
Carolee Wood, Siler City; Al Thompson, Hamlet; Secretary of Christian Social 
Relations of Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. S. W. Anderson, Whit- 
akers; Members of the General Board of Temperance residing within the bounds 
of the Annual Conference. 

COMMISSION ON TOWN AND COUNTRY WORK ^1231 

Chairman Key W. Taylor 

Vice-Chairman D. D. Traynham 

Conference Secretary of Town and Country Work Ralph I. Epps 

Director of Field Work Roy L. Turnage, Jr. 

Executive Committee: Key W. Taylor, D. D. Traynham, Ralph I. Epps, H. M. 
McLamb. 

Members: The Presiding Bishop: Paul N. Garber; The District Superinten- 
dents: A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, 
A. J. Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington; One rural pastor from 
each District: Rufus Stark, II, A. M. Williams, A. M. Cameron, N. P. Edens, H. L. 
Harrell, R. Bruce Pate, C. F. Hirschi, D. D. Traynham, H. L. Davis; One rural 
Layman from each District: J. W. McAnulty, Robbins; W. W. Fitzgerald, Quail 
Roost Farm, Rougemont; W. R. Carver, Route 3, Elizabeth City; Ben W. Oakes, 
White Oak; O. J. Howell, Jr., Route 5, Goldsboro; J. T. Ipock, Route 2, New 
Bern; C. B. Basket, Henderson; L. M. Piland, Seaboard; J. W. Wilson, Lumberton; 
Conference Missionary Secretary: M. W. Lawrence; Executive Director, Con- 
ference Board of Evangelism: Hiram K. King; Executive Secretary, Conference 
Board of Education: C. P. Morris; President of Conference Woman's Society of 
Christian Service: Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; A representative from the Con- 
ference Board of Missions: C. H. Mercer; A representative from Conference Board 
of Education: L. A. Tilley; A representative from the Woman's Society of Christ- 
ian Service: Mrs. Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; A representative from the Conference 
Board of Lay Activities: A. C. Edwards, Hookerton; A representative from the 
Conference Board of Evangelism: R. E. Walston; A representative from the Con- 
ference Youth Fellowship: Ken Vaughn, State College, Raleigh; A representative 
from the Methodist Rural Fellowship: Jean Gainey, Maxton; and five members at 
large: C. W. Goldston, Mrs. J. H. Cutchins, Whitakers; T. A. Collins, Aaron G. 
Tyson, W. S. Davenport, Plymouth; District Directors of Town and Country 
Work. 



18 Nosth Carolina Annual Conference 

CONFERENCE BOARD OF TRUSTEES ^711 

Chairman Charles E. Jordan, Durham 

Vice-Chairman L. C. Larkin 

Secretary-Treasurer J. F. Coble 

Term expires in 1959: J. L. Home, T. B. Hough, R. H. Sales. 

Term expires in 1960: W. B. Copper, C. E. Jordan, L. C. Larkin. 

Term expires in 1961: W. A. Tew, C. A. Dillon, J. K. Bostick. 

COMMISSION ON WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE ^791 

Chairman G. S. Garriss, Troy 

Vice-Chairman C. S. Hubbard 

Secretary J . V. Early 

Clerical: J. V. Early, C. S. Hubbard, O. K. Ingram, W. J. Neese, A. L. 
Thompson. 

Lay: N. B. Dozier, Rocky Mount; G. S. Garriss, Troy; M. Carr Gibson, Lum- 
berton; T. W. Heath. Jr., Kinston; J. P. Rogers, Smithfield; Bill Price, Burlington. 

CONFERENCE COMMISSION ON WORSHIP ^|1569 

Chairman Vergil E. Queen 

Vice-Chairman Brooks Patton 

Secretary Charles H. Mercer 

Ex Officio Members: C. P. Morris; H. K. King; Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; 
James Long, Blanch; Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson; and John S. Rudin, II. Elective 
members: Charles H. Mercer, E. G. Purcell, Jr.. V. E. Queen, George Megill, 
E. H. Smotherman, R. Bruce Pate, Brooks Patton, F. E. Still, and Paul Carruth. 



QUADRENNIAL COMMITTEES 

COMMITTEE ON APPEALS 

Chairman R.Z.Newton 

Vice-Chairman A. H. Borland 

Secretary E. C. Crawford 

Clerical: R. Z. Newton, E. C. Crawford, Carl A. Johnson. 

Lay: A. H. Borland, Durham; Luther Hamilton, Morehead City; Don Ward, 
Mt. Olive. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE CALENDAR OF WORK 

G. L. Kinley, C. P. Morris, George Stephens, Durham 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE ENTERTAINMENT 

Chairman Terry Sanford 

Vice-Chairman Edgar B. Fisher 

Secretary M. W. Lawrence 

Clerical: E. B. Fisher, M. W. Lawrence, V. E. Queen. 

Lay: Terry Sanford, Fayetteville; Marshall Spears, Durham. 









Journal of Proceedings 19 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON MASTER-PLAN OF CIRCUITS 
AND STATIONS 

Membership: The Presiding Bishop: Paul N. Garber; District Superintendents: 

A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H .M. McLamb, 
A. J. Hobbs, Graham Eubank, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington. Conference Lay 
Leader: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson; District Lay Leaders: James F. Rogers. 
Security National Bank Bldg., Burlington; Frank W. Hanft, Chapel Hill; Fred 
Ritter, Ahoskie; Terry Sanford, Fayetteville; A. C. Edwards, Hookerton; Roy L. 
Turnage, Jr., Ayden; Herbert Ridgeway, Ridgeway's Inc., Raleigh; E. E. Adkins, 
Rocky Mount; A. E. Goldfinch, Tabor City. Conference Secretary of Town and 
Country Work: Ralph I. Epps; District Directors of Town and Country Work. 

COMMITTEE ON MEMOIRS 

W. C. Wilson, Chairman; Bishop Paul N. Garber, A. P. Brantley, C. D. Bar- 
clift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, G. S. Eubank, 
Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE PROGRAM 

Bishop Paul N. Garber; The District Superintendent of the District in which 
the Annual Conference is held: J. E. Garlington; Secretary of the Conference: W. 
Carleton Wilson; Pastor host of the Conference: J. V. Early; Conference Lay Lead- 
er: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS ^668 

Chairman Charles E. Vale 

Vice-Chairman G. W. Blount 

Secretary .W. G. Brogan 

Term expires in 1959: W. G. Brogan, G. W. Blount, C. E. Vale. 
Term expires in 1960: C. W. Barbee, H. B. Lewis, W. A. Wentz. 
Term expires in 1961: J. M. Cline, H. L. Davis, T. B. Hough. 

BOARD OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS <f 1550.2 

Chairman T. J. Whitehead 

Vice-Chairman " J. T. Maides 

Secretary R. L. Fleming 

Clerical: T. J. Whitehead, W. A. Seawell, A. M. Cameron, C. G. Nickens, 
R. L. Fleming. Jr., R. E. L. Moser. W. K. Quick, J. T. Maides. 

Lay: Ben Bulla, Saxaphaw; B. I. Satterfield, Timberlake; Frank Harris, Eliza- 
beth City; John Ray Owen, Fayetteville; Vergil S. Lucas, Goldsboro; William 
Stroud, Ayden; Fred Royster, Henderson; I. E. Ready, Roanoke Rapids; T. L. 
White, Lumberton. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RULES 

W. C. Wilson, Chairman; C. J. Andrews, G. W. Crutchfield, L. C. Allen, Sr., 
Burlington; Knox Andrews, Sr., Lumberton. 

TELEVISION, RADIO AND FILM COMMISSION «|1583 

Chairman Wallace Kirby 

Vice-Chairman J. H. Lanning 

Secretary T. A. Collins 

Members — One District Superintendent: C. F. Heath; Five persons whose 



20 North Carolina Annual Conference 

training and experience qualify them: Kenneth G. Hite, Greenville; A. K. King, Sr., 
Chapel Hill; Dr. Landis Bennett, Raleigh; Rev. Harold Minor, Durham; Christian 
White; Executive Secretary Conference Board of Education: C. P. Morris; Execu- 
tive Secretary Conference Board of Missions: T. A. Collins; Executive Director of 
Conference Board of Evangelism: Hiram K. King; President Conference Woman's 
Society of Christian Service: Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; Conference Lay Leader: 
J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson; One person from each district who shall act as dis- 
trict director of television, radio and audio-visual education: L. H. Gunter, M. L. 
Husted, R. T. Commander, William B. Belche, L. J. Bridges, J. Malloy Owens, 
III, H. S. Winberry, R. S. Brodie, M. C. Dunn, Rev. W. Carl Walton, Jr., ex-officio, 
Dir. Television Ministry Program of General TRAFCO. 

COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN VOCATIONS ^|675 

Chairman Herman S. Winberry 

Vice-Chairman Kermit Wheeler 

Secretary R. L. Bame 

Members — Representative of the Cabinet: A. P. Brantley; Executive Secretary 
Conference Board of Education: C. P. Morris; Conference Director of Youth 
Work: G. R. McKenzie, Jr.; Chairman of Conference Board of Ministerial Train- 
ing and Qualifications: W. M. Howard, Jr.; A representative from the Conference 
Board of Missions: N. W. Grant; A representative from the Conference Board of 
Hospitals and Homes: K. R. Wheeler; A representative from the Conference Board 
of Lay Activities: Fred Ritter; A representative from the Conference Board of 
Evangelism: B. L. Davidson; A representative from the Conference Deaconess 
Board: Miss Ethelynde Ballance, Rockingham; A representative from Conference 
Committee on World Peace: Barney Lee Jones; A representative of the State Reg- 
ional Methodist Student Movement: M. W. Wells, Jr.; One youth under twenty- 
three years of age: Francis Bradshaw, Durham; Secretary of Missionary Personnel 
of the Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. Allen C. Lee, Farm- 
vills; One minister from each District: H. L. Harris, J. Paul Edwards, J. A. Auman, 
R. L. Bame, E. E. Whitley, R. H. Eason, Brooks Patten, R. C. Mooney, Jr., C. F. 
Grill. 

The Cabinet or the Commission may appoint other persons to the Commission 
when advisable. 

COMMITTEE ON WORLD PEACE ^1542 
Chairman L. A. Watts 

Vice-Chairman Elgin White, Elizabeth City 

Secretary-Treasurer Carl Newton 

Clerical: C. J. Andrews, Barney Lee Jones, W. H. Montgomery, L. A. Watts, 
M. R. Gardner, G. R. McKenzie, C. W. Robbins, Eugene Tisdale, Carl Newton. 

Lay: W. M. Wren, Siler City; R. B. House, Chapel Hill; Elgin White, 109 
East Broad St., Elizabeth City; R. L. Diggs, Rockingham; A. G. Pelt, Jr., Golds- 
boro; Paul W. Crayton, Trent Park, New Bern; J. W. McGee, Cary; Mrs. G. M. 
Holly, Colerain; W. C. Truitt, Tabor City. 



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COMMITTEES FOR THE 1958 CONFERENCE 

COMMITTEE ON COURTESIES AND INTRODUCTIONS 

C. Freeman Heath, Convener 
John Hackney, W. T. Lamm, Amos Stone, Leon Russell, R. W. Bradshaw. 

COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS 

C. D. Barclift, Convener 
One minister from each district: Burlington: T. J. Whitehead; Durham: C. D. 
Brown; Elizabeth City: L. C. Bissett; Fayetteville: J. K. Bostick; Goldsboro: J. H. 
Miller, Jr.; New Bern: R. Bruce Pate; Raleigh: W. A. Crow; Rocky Mount: Charles 
Mewborn; Wilmington: W. J. Neese. 

COMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATION 

A. P. Brantley, Convener 
Principals: J. M. Cline, Chairman; George Blount, C. E. Vale, L. A. Tilley, 
Secretary; J. P. Pegg. 

Alternates: R. Z. Newton, R. L. Bame, T. R. Jenkins. 

COMMITTEE ON MINUTES 

J. D. Young, G. W. Crutchfield, C. F. Grill. 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS AND REFERENCES 

O. L. Hathaway, Convener 
Ministers: C. H. Mercer, L. A. Aiken, Leon Couch, A. F. Fisher, J. V. Early. 
Laymen: C. E. Jordan, J. N. Gibson, T. W. Heath, Jr., Julian Aldridge. 



OTHER COMMITTEES, CONFERENCE RELATED 
ORGANIZATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS 

CONFERENCE BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS— 1958-1959 

President C. Freeman Heath 

Lay Vice-President C. S. Meekins 

Ministerial Vice-President : L. L. Parrish 

Secretary-Treasurer R. L. Bame 

CAMP DON-LEE, INCORPORATED 

President L. R. Foreman, Elizabeth City 

Vice-President F. L. Blount, Bethel 

Secretary C. P. Morris 

Term expires in 1959: T. J. Collier, Bayboro; J. Paul Frizzelle, Snow Hill; C. 
P. Morris. 

Term expires in 1960: J. E. Garlington, J. H. Rose, Greenville; T. J. White- 
head. 

Term expires in 1961: F. L. Blount, Bethel; L. R. Foreman, Elizabeth City; 
Brooks Patten. 



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CONFERENCE BOARD OF COLLEGE VISITORS 

Chairman L. C. Vereen 

Vice-Chairman Paul Carruth 

Secretary A. L. Thompson 

Members — Two members from the Commission on World Service and 
Finance: N. B. Dozier, Rocky Mount; and A. L. Thompson; Two members from 
the Board of Education: Paul Carruth and Julian Aldridge; Two members from 
Board of Lay Activities: W. B. Terrell, Warrenton, and Robert Rose, Goldsboro; 
One member from the Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications: W. L. 
Freeman; One member from the Board of Evangelism: Robert W. Bradshaw; Two 
members from the Commission on Town and Country Work: J. H. Miller, Jr., 
and L. A. Tilley; Two members from the Woman's Society of Christian Service: 
Mrs. D. L. Fouts, Mount Olive, and Mrs. Leon M. Hall, Durham; Two mem- 
bers from the Board of Missions: R. S. Harrison and L. C. Vereen. 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE DUKE ALUMNI OFFICERS— 1958-59 

President Charles Mercer 

First Vice-President W. D. Caviness 

Second Vice-President W. A. Crow 

Secretary J. P. Edwards 

Treasurer Albert Fisher 

Board of Managers: Harmon Smith, John M. Cline, Rufus Stark. 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
ALUMNI OFFICERS— 1958-59 

President Harvey Jordon 

Vice-President Joe Coble 

Secretary Harvey Johnson 

CONFERENCE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS— 1958-59 

President Dwight L. Fouts 

First Vice-President Leon Russell 

Second Vice-President J. Paul Edwards 

Third Vice-President Cecil W. Robbins 

Secretary C. D. Barclift 

THE METHODIST COLLEGE FOUNDATION OF 
NORTH CAROLINA, INCORPORATED 

Chairman Edwin L. Jones 

President J. C. Cowan, Jr. 

Vice-President '. B. Everette Jordan 

Vice-President James G. Hanes 

Vice-President Gurney P. Hood 

Vice-President George M. Ivey 

Treasurer Marvin J. Cowell 

Secretary Bill Price 

Executive Committee: J. C. Cowan, Jr., L. Roscoe Foreman, Carl King, 
James P. Hanes, Gurney P. Hood, Edwin L. Jones, C. E. Jordan, Bill Price, Mar- 
shall T. Spears. 

Board of Trustees: James G. Hanes, Chairman; C. A. Dillon, Vice-Chairman; 



Journal of Proceedings 23 

W. Arthur Kale, Secretary; George M. Ivey, Reid A. Maynard, W. B. Moore. 
McNeill Smith, Raymond Smith, W. Frank Taylor. 

Executive Council: J. C. Cowan, Jr., Chairman; Gurney P. Hood, Vice 
Chairman; Bill Price, Secretary; Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Assistant Secretary; Mrs. 
Clarence C. Cranford, Assistant Secretary; John O. Gunn, Marshall T. Spears, 
J. R. Foreman, Joseph Talley, Leon Couch, J. H. Rose, Charles McAdams, 
N. B. Dozier, Jr., Herbert Hodgins, C. E. Morgan, W. Kenneth Goodson, Albert 
G. Myers, Jr., J. C. Cowan, Jr., Garland Stafford, J. C. Sossman, Carl King, 
Flake Sherrill, George Finch, Johnathan Woody, B. S. Womble. 

Ex-Officio Members: Bishops — Paul N. Garber, Richmond Area; Nolan B. 
Harmon, Charlotte Area; Carl King, C. P. Morris, E. H. Blackard, Vergil Queen, 
Stacey Weaver, Herbert Wayne, J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Edwin L. Jones, E. K. 
McLarty, A. Hollis Edens, Harold H. Hutson, Dennis H. Cooke, C. W. Robbins. 

Members at Large: C. E. Jordan, J. G. Hanes, Arthur Kale, R. Pitt Marshall, 
Gurney Hood. 

METHODIST FUND, INCORPORATED 

President Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh 

Vice-President John M. Dozier, Durham 

Secretary -Treasurer Marvin J. Cowell, Raleigh 

Clerical: Thomas A. Collins, Charles S. Hubbard. 

Lay: Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; John M. Dozier, Duke University, Durham; 
Marvin J. Cowell, Box 10344, Raleigh (Cameron Village); Charles E. Jordan, Duke 
University, Durham; J. H. Waldrop, Greenville. 

METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN, INC. 

Robert L. Nicks, Superintendent 

Officers, Board of Trustees: C. A. Dillon, Sr., President; Dr. E. L. Hillman, 
Vice-President; C. R. Philpot, Secretary. 

Executive Committee: C. A. Dillon, Sr., Chairman; Dr. E. L. Hillman, P. D. 
Snipes, Charles H. Young, D. L. Cozart, Sr., C. R. Philpot. 

Finance Committee: Charles H. Young, Chairman; C. A. Dillon, Sr., Guy E. 
Barnes, W. C. Chadwick, P. D. Snipes, Dr. E. L. Hillman. 

Term expires in 1959: Ralph Basnight, Harold Makepeace, S. T. Peace, Jr., 
Walter Biggs, P. D. Snipes, C. A. Dillon, W. A. McGirt, Mrs. E. Y. Speed, Charles 
H. Young. 

Term expires in 1961: Rev. O. L. Hathaway, Rev. Leon Couch, Guy E. 
Barnes, Jack Gibbons, Reynolds May, Wesley Foreman, Dr. E. L. Hillman. 

Term expires in 1963: D. L. Cozart, Mrs. J. H. Cutchin, C. R. Philpot, Judge 
Marshall T. Spears, W. C. Chadwick, John W. Hensdale, Rev. Leon Russell, 
M. R. Zimmerman. 

Honorary Trustees: Rev. L. S. Massey, Judge J. C. Biggs. 

METHODIST BOARD OF PUBLICATION, INCORPORATED 

President „ C. E. Jordon 

Vice-President Wilson O. Weldon 

Secretary O. K. Ingram 

Members: O. K. Ingram, C. E. Jordan, N. E. Edgerton, W. B. Hall, J. N. 
Hackney, W. O. Weldon, H. G. Allen, L. W. Routh. A. J. Hobbs, T. C. Hoyle. 



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THE METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INC. 

President of the Board of Trustees M. M. Fowler 

First Vice-President „■ Broadus Foushee 

Second Vice-President Ray S. Barbre 

Secretary J . F. Coble 

Treasurer Marvin J. Cowell 

Executive Committee: M. M. Fowler. First Vice-President; Ray S. Barbre, 
Second Vice-President; Rev. J. F. Coble. Secretary and Superintendent; Rev. C. D. 
Barclifi, Durham District Superintendent; and Chairmen of Standing Committees: 
I. W. Jenkins, Jr., Admissions; W. M. Wren, Auditing; J. B. VonCanon, Building 
and Grounds; Reid A. Maynard, Finance and Investments; Cale K. Burgess, Legal; 
Dr. C. S. Crissman, Medical and Health; J. P. Gibbons, Special Gifts. 

Ex officio Members: Bishop Paul N. Garber and the District Superintendents: 
A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, 
G. S. Eubank, A. J. Hobbs, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington; and Mrs. H. C. 
Satterfield, Jr., Durham, President of the Auxiliary. 

Trustees: 

Term Expires in 1958: W. M. Wren, Siler City; J. P. Gibbons, Hamlet; M. M. 
Fowler, Durham; Mrs. J. H. Seamans, Durham; Mrs. Norwood Thomas, Durham; 
Harold Makepeace, Sanford; Hugh Ragsdale, Richlands; L. C. Winslow, Hertford; 
Josiah Maultsby, Sr., Whiteville; Dr. J. H. Cutchins, Whitakers; Everett Blake, 
Wilson; J. W. Jenkins, Jr., Henderson; Ross Porter, Hillsboro; Harmon Register, 
Clinton; Sam H. Stallings, Smithfield. 

Term Expires 1959: Rev. E. R. Clegg, Pittsboro; Rev. M. C. Dunn, Wilming- 
ton; Rev. N. W. Grant, Washington; Dr. H. I. Glass, Durham; J. L. Home, Rocky 
Mount; Manly Mann, Raleigh; B. Troy Ferguson, Raleigh; Rev. A. L. Thompson, 
Roxboro; L. R. Foreman, Elizabeth City; Rev. W. R. Stevens, Rockingham; J. H. 
Rose, Greenville; Reid A. Maynard, Burlington; Rev. M. W. Lawrence, Durham; 
Ray Bandy, Rocky Mount; H. J. Carr, Roseboro. 

Term Expires 1960: J. W. Hensdale, Fayetteville; Mrs. D. S. Coltrane; Ral- 
eigh; Rev. A. S. Parker, Henderson; Mrs. Marshall T. Spears, Durham; Rev. 
W. V. McRae, Lake Junaluska; Ray S. Barbre, Kinston; Mrs. H. I. Glass, Durham; 
Dillard Teer, Durham; Q. K. Nimocks III, Fayetteville; J. B. VonCanon, West 
End; G. C. Seymour, Aberdeen; Cale K. Burgess, Raleigh; W. B. Chalk, Morehead 
City; Dr. C. S. Crissman, Graham; C. G. Buie, Biscoe. 

CONFERENCE METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS 1958-59 

President Francis C. Bradshaw, Durham 

Vice-President David Fletcher Harper, Rocky Mount 

Secretary ! Mary Ross Henley, Pittsboro 

Treasurer Howard G. Garner, Greenville 

Publicity Superintendent David R. Gergen, Durham 

Area Chairman: Christian Faith: Harry Lilly, Kinston; Christian Witness: 
Barbara Proctor, Henderson; Christian Outreach: Harold Goodyear; Christian 
Citizenship: Al Thompson, Hamlet; Christian Fellowship: Jo Carole McDaniel, 
New Bern, UCYM Representative: Susan Hill Blount, Raleigh. 

NORTH CAROLINA COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

Lay representatives from the North Carolina Conference: B. G. Childs, R. L. 
Cox, J. N. Gibson, F. W. Hanft, Mrs. E. L. Hillman, J. A. Holmes, Gurney P. 
Hood, Mrs. Gurney P. Hood, J. L. Home, B. M. Madison, R. C. Parker, Mrs. 



Journal of Proceedings 25 

Glenn Pendleton, J. F. Rogers, B. I. Satterfield, W. J. Smith, S. B. Underwood, Jr. 
Clerical representatives from the North Carolina Conference: Walter C. Ball, 
T. J. Barrett, J. K. Bostick, R. W. Bradshaw, W. L. Clegg, Leon Couch, D. E. 
Earnhardt, E. L. Hillman, W. M. Howard, J. L. Joyce, F. S. Love, C. P. Morris, 
V. E. Queen, C. W. Robbins, H. G. Ruark, John J. Rudin, W. M. Wells, Jr., C. P. 
Womack, T. J. Whitehead. 

NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL (BOARD OF MANAGERS) 

President Wilson O. Weldon 

Vice-President A. J. Hobbs 

Secretary E. B. Fisher 

Treasurer C. P. Morris 

Members from the North Carolina Conference: A. J. Hobbs, Vergil E. Queen, 
R. G. Dawson, A. S. Parker, S. J. Starnes, L. C. Vereen, C. P. Morris, Paul Car- 
ruth, J. W. Lineberger, Gurney P. Hood, Mrs. J. H. Cutchins, C. E. Jordan. 

Members from the Western North Carolina Conference: Wilson O. Weldon, 
Carl H. King, Ralph Jacks, W. K. Goodson, Robert G. Tuttle, Eugene C. Few, 
I. L. Roberts. 

INTER-CONFERENCE COMMISSION ON STUDENT RELIGIOUS WORK 

Executive Committee: 

Chairman Howard C. Wilkinson, 4752 Duke Station, Durham 

Vice-Chairman Troy J. Barrett, Zebulon 

Secretary-Treasurer C. P. Morris, 6667 College Station, Durham 

Member W. A. Kale, Duke Divinity School, Durham 

Member Carl H. King, Box 828, Salisbury 

Member V. E. Queen, 2507 North Duke St., Durham 

State Director of the Methodist Student Movement W. M. Wells, Jr., 

107 Odell Place, Greensboro 

Members from the North Carolina Conference: Troy J. Barrett, Zebulon; 
Mrs. H. A. Davis, Raleigh; Mrs. Taylor Long, Blanch; W. W. Austin, Raleigh; 
Beth McLamb, Garland (student); C. P. Morris, Durham; V. E. Queen, Durham; 
Henry G. Ruark. Laurinburg; ex officio: L. Stacey Weaver, W. M. Wells, Jr., 
State Director. 

Members from the Western North Carolina Conference: Mary Bethea, Misen- 
heimer; Marion Craig, Wadesboro; Elmer Hall, Gibsonville (student); James G. 
Huggin, Gastonia; W. Arthur Kale, Durham; Carl H. King, Salisbury; McMurry 
S. Richey, Durham; Howard C. Wilkinson, Durham. 

CONFERENCE LONG-RANGE PLANNING COMMITTEE 

Chairman C. D. Barclift 

Vice-Chairman T. A. Collins 

Secretary W. L. Clegg 

Membership: Walter F. Anderson, Raleigh; Walter C. Ball, C. D. Barclift, 
W. C. Chadwick, New Bern; W. L. Clegg, T. A. Collins, Mrs. J. H. Cutchin, 
Whitakers; J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson; Mrs. H. I. Glass, Durham; Gurney P. 
Hood, Raleigh; A. J. Hobbs, Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; C. E. Jordan, Durham; 
H. K. King, C. P. Morris, Jasper L. Cummings, V. E. Queen, C. W. Robbins, 
Leon Russell, Terry Sanford, Fayetteville; W. Jasper Smith, Bethel; Key W. Taylor, 
W. A. Tew, A. J. Walton, L. S. Weaver. 



26 North Carolina Annual Conference 

WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

President Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon 

Vice-President Mrs. H. C. Turlington, Dunn 

Recording Secretary Mrs. H. W. Doub, Aberdeen 

Treasurer Mrs. L. C. Vereen, 1210 Broad St., Durham 



DISTRICT BOARDS OF CHURCH BUILDING AND LOCATION: <| 721 

Burlington District 
Clerical: The District Superintendent, E. B. Fisher, Rufus Stark, W. S. Potter. 
Lay: James Rogers, Claude Somers, A. M. Hubbard. 

Durham District 
Clerical: The District Superintendent, W. D. Caviness, J. H. Miller, A. J. 
Walton. 

Lay: Archie R. Davis, Carson G. Jennings, James A. Ward. 

Elizabeth City District 
Clerical: The District Superintendent, G. W. Crutchfield, O. K. Ingram, R. T. 
Commander, L. C. Bissette. 

Lay: Ed Pugh, Jr., Archie Shannonhouse, Raymond Collier. 

Fayetteville District 
Clerical: The District Superintendent, R. E. Walston, K. R. Wheeler, R. S. 
Harrison. 

Lay: Joe Stowe, Crawford L. Thomas, F. A. Dawson. 

Goldsboro District 
Clerical: The District Superintendent, D. L. Fouts, D. A. Petty, C. G. Nickens. 
Lay: Billy Griffin, Ralph Jennette, Robert Rose. 

New Bern District 

Clerical: The District Superintendent, R. H. Eason, J. F. Herbert, J. W. Line- 
berger. 

Lay: W. B. Chalk, Paul Crayton, Robert H. Stephens. 

Raleigh District 
Clerical: The District Superintendent, G. W. Blount, Brooks Patten, W. G. 
Wegwart. 

Lay: B. Troy Ferguson, J. W. McGee, Walter Burgess. 

Rocky Mount District 
Clerical: The District Superintendent, Ben Musser, L. P. Jackson, R. S. Brodie, 
J. T. Smith. 

Lay D. P. McCain, Julian Aldridge, R. G. Willie, Sr. 

Wilmington District 
Clerical: The District Superintendent, J. V. Early, Paul Browning, S. J. Starnes. 
Lay: Frank Ballard, Harris Ligon, Wade Pierce. 



Journal of Proceedings 27 

DISTRICT COMMITTEES ON MINISTERIAL QUALIFICATIONS: <| 695 

Burlington District 

The District Superintendent and E. B. Fisher, T. J. Whitehead, N. L. Jones, 
Harmon L. Smith, D. J. Reid. 

Durham District 

The District Superintendent and Kelly J. Wilson, Jr., J. E. Sponenberg, M. W. 
Lawrence, H. B. Lewis, R. W. Bradshaw. 

Elizabeth City District 

The District Superintendent and O. K. Ingram, R. T. Commander, G. W. 
Crutchfield, J. A. Auman. 

Fayetteville District 

The District Superintendent and R. E. Walston, E. C. Crawford, R. S. Harri- 
son, J. W. Page, J. C. P. Brown. 

Goldsboro District 

The District Superintendent and R. H. Lewis, E. H. Smotherman, Leon 
Couch, J. H. Miller, Jr. 

New Bern District 
The District Superintendent and W. N. Bass, R. Bruce Pate, J. W. Lineberger, 
R. F. McKee, J. P. Pegg. 

Raleigh District 
The District Superintendent and H. P. Powell, W. L. Clegg, B. L. Davidson, 
W. B. Petteway. 

Rocky Mount District 
The District Superintendent and Leon Russell, R. L. Jerome, R. Grady Daw- 
son, W. C. Wilson, Ben Musser. 

Wilmington District 

The District Superintendent and M. C. Dunn, J. V. Early, S. J. Starnes, W. J. 

Neese. 



LAY DELEGATES TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE, 1958* 

Charge and Delegate Burlington District Address 

Bethel— Ralph Homes Rt. 1, Graham 

Bonlee — Johnnie Edwards* Rt. 1, Bear Grass 

Broadway — Leon Gaster* Rt. 7, Jonesboro Hts., Sanford 

Burlington: Davis Street — J. W. Holmes Rt. 1, Burlington 

Front Street — Bill Price Greensboro Highway, Burlington 

Glen Raven — Clyde Gentry* P. O. Box 173, Glen Raven 

Grace — James F. Rogers 1439 Morningside Drive, Burlington 

St. Paul— C. B. Amick* 415 Logan Street, Burlington 

Trinity — Hugh Holt* 1906 Maple Avenue, Burlington 

Mt. Hermon — Miss Lassie Sharpe Graham 

Webb Avenue— F. F. Overman 402 Trail 2, Burlington 

West Burlington — Clyde W. Cable 1904 Maple Avenue, Burlington 

Burlington Circuit — Mrs. J. E. Wood Rt. 4, Burlington 

Carthage — E. J . Burnes Carthage 

Center — L. F. Meador Lemon Springs 

Cobb Circuit — Mrs. H. L. Harris Pelham 



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Fairview — Grover Anderson* Rt. 1, Elon College 

Friendship — Mrs. Edith Isley* Rt. 2, Snow Camp 

Glendon — Jessie Phillips Rt. 1, Bear Creek 

Goldston — Mrs. Clyde Williams* Rt. 4, Sanford 

Graham — I. I. Henderson* Rt. 2, Graham 

Haw River — J. C. Clayton* Haw River 

Leasburg — J. E. Winslow Rt. 2, Hurdle Mills 

Mebane — W. R. Hupman* Mebane 

Milton — Harry Barker Semora 

Moncure — H. R. Dickens RFD 1, Moncure 

Pittsboro — Mrs. J. Frank Houser Pittsboro 

Pittsboro Circuit — Mrs. C. W. Lutterloh '. Rt. 2, Pittsboro 

Robbins — C. L. Williams* Robbins 

Robbins Circuit — J. W. McAnulty* Rt. 1, Robbins 

Rock Creek — Mrs. E. M. Grubbs Rt. 2, Burlington 

Salem-Chapel — Mrs. Raymond Thompson* Rt. 2, Mebane 

Sanford: Jonesboro Hts. — Hugh Hunter P. O. Box 767, Sanford 

Steele Street— Dr. P. E. Cotter Sanford 

Trinity — Mrs. Franklin Wright, Jr Box 271, Sanford 

Saxapahaw — B. E. Jordan, Jr. Saxapahaw 

Siler City— Mrs. W. B. Carroll Siler City 

Siler City Circuit— Harold Poole 707 N. Second Avenue, Siler City 

Silk Hope — Herbert Lindley Rt. 1, Siler City 

Swepsonville — Mrs. G. B. Robbins Rt. 3, Graham 

Union-Hebron — Mrs. Monroe Webster* Rt. 1, Leasburg 

Whitney Cross — Neal Hargrove* Rt. 1, Snow Camp 

Yancey ville — Eugene Aldridge Yanceyville 

Durham District 

Allensville-Trinity — Bradsher Gentry* Route 2, Roxboro 

Andrews-Soapstone — E. H. Nichols, Jr.* 1010 Alma Street, Durham 

Bahama — Mrs. C. M. Allen Bahama 

Bethesda— Mrs. E. H. Alligood ...Route 4, Box 322, Durham 

Brooksdale-Brookland— Glen N. Titus* 1208 Oxford Road, Roxboro 

Butner — W. F. Latham 

Bynum — Miss Lina B. Moore Bynum 

Carrboro — Thomas Churchill 167 E. Franklin St., Chapel Hill 

Cedar Grove — E. H. Kennedy Route 2, Hillsboro 

Chapel Hill: Aldersgate— Dr. William S. Joyner ......738 Gimghoul Rd., Chapel Hill 

University Church — A. K. Kings, Sr. Chapel Hill 

Chapel Hill Circuit— Benton A. Hoyle Box 745, Chapel Hill 

Creedmoor — Mrs. Burma Dove Creedmoor 

Durham: Aldersgate — Ray Yount 2727 Guess Road, Durham 

Asbury— Sallie B. Woods 2003 Club Blvd., Durham 

Bethany — Elmer B. Johnson 2707 Duke Homestead Road, Durham 

Branson — Claude B. Inscoe 1704 Robinhood Road, Durham 

Calvary — R. P. Butler 1514 E. Geer Street, Durham 

Carr — E. M. Morris 505 N. Driver Avenue, Durham 

Duke Memorial — C. E. Jordan 813 Vickers Avenue, Durham 

Duke's Chapel — W. L. Hampton 3520 Roxboro Road, Durham 

Epworth — M. S. McKibben 214 W. Woodridge Drive, Durham 



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Lakewood — Mrs. A. L. Chaplin 1810 Lakewood Avenue, Durham 

Maybrook-Massey — Jesse Murray 905 Ellis Road, Durham 

McMannen's Chapel — John W. Neal* Old Hillsboro Road, Durham 

St. John — Dr. Charles R. Young* Cornwallis Road, Route 4, Durham 

St. Paul — A. B. Crew 115 E. Maynard Avenue, Durham 

Trinity— E. S. Swindell, Jr. 1611 High Street, Durham 

Wellons Village— Max R. Fobes* 1003 Seventh Street, Durham 

Ef land-Lebanon — Fletcher Shanklin Route 1, Mebane 

Eno-Palmer's Grove — Mrs. Richard Oates* Route 3, Hillsboro 

Fletcher's Chapel — Russell Jones Fish Dam Road, Durham 

Gray Rock — Claude Renn Route 1, Oxford 

Hillsboro — F. Reid Roberts Route 1, Hillsboro 

Merritts-Ebenezer — Paul G. Farrar Route 3, Pittsboro 

Mt. Sylvan — W. I. Smith Route 2, Durham 

Mt. Tirzah — J. F. Timberlake 1 Timberlake 

Orange — James A. Nicholson* - Route 2, Mebane 

Oxford — John A . Baker Oxford 

Oxford Ct. — Mrs. Peleg D. Midgett Forest Road, Oxford 

Person — Mrs. R. E. Crumpton Route 4, Roxboro 

Pleasant Green — W. Ernest Bell Route 2, Durham 

Rougemont — Mrs. M. J. Carver, Sr. Rougemont 

Roxboro: CaVel — Mrs. E. M. Thompson, Jr. Box 32, Ca-Vel 

Grace-Longhurst — Mrs. Luther Green Longhurst 

Long Memorial— Ben Tillett Ca-Vel Circle, Ca-Vel 

Stem-Bullock— Mrs. L. W. Hall Stem 

Elizabeth City District 

Ahoskie — Hunter Sharpe, Jr. Ahoskie 

Bath — Morgan Sparrow Rt. 2, Belhaven 

Belhaven — William R. Spears 318 E. Main Street, Belhaven 

Chowan— B. W. Evans Rt. 1, Edenton 

Columbia — Mrs. G. L. Liverman Rt. 3, Box 176, Columbia 

Creswell — Jennings Davenport Creswell 

Currituck — Mrs. Marvin Fisher Jarvisburg 

Dare — T. O. Sutton Mann's Harbor 

Edenton — Milton Bass Box 108, Edenton 

City Road— M. S. Cridlin Box 318, Elizabeth City 

First, Elizabeth City— L. R. Foreman 310 E. Main Street, Elizabeth City 

Riverside — Sanford L. Dail Elizabeth City 

Gatesville — W. M. Spivey Hobbsville 

Harrellsville — Miss Bessie Williams Coefield 

Hatteras — Mrs. Lois Rollinson Frisco 

Hertford— Charles Harrell Hertford 

Kitty Hawk— P. A. Tillett Kitty Hawk 

Kennakeet — Julian O. Gray* Rhodanthe 

Manteo — C. R. Olson Manteo 

Mattamuskeet — Leon Ballance* Engelhard 

Moyock— S. C. Chandler Currituck 

Murfreesboro — Billy Hill Murfreesboro 

New Hope-Wood — E. M. Perry Rt. 3, Hertford 

Newland-Grace— Richard Williams Rt. 3, Elizabeth City 



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North Gates — Hal Furr Corapeake 

Pasquotank — Jesse Morgan Duke Inn, Elizabeth City 

Perquimans — Wilbert M. Kemp* Rt. 2, Hertford 

Plymouth— Mrs. C. S. Hunter Box 38, Plymouth 

Roper — N . G . Chesson Roper 

South Camden — Jarvis Cartwright Camden 

South Mills — Rufus Benton South Mills 

Swan Quarter — Ray M. Spencer Scranton 

Union-Brite Meadows — Julian Saunders Rt. 4, Elizabeth City 

Wanchese— C. C. Midgett, Sr. .Wanchese 

Washington Circuit — H. C. Harrison Rt. 3, Washington 

First Church, Washington — Nelson Banks 202 Isabella Avenue, Washington 

Fayetteville District 

Aberdeen — Ralph Leach Aberdeen 

Biscoe— C. V. Richardson* Box 98, Star 

Caledonia — Harold McKenzie* Rt. 3, Laurinburg 

Camp Ground— J. Malloy Owens, Jr P. O. Box 1062, Fayetteville 

Candor— R. H. Kendall* Box 186, Candor 

Cordova — Mrs. Charlie Fritz Cordova 

Cumberland-St. Andrews — B. A. McKinnon Box 45, Fayetteville 

Ellerbe— Earl Key* Route 1, Ellerbe 

Fayetteville: Calvary-Victory — R. C. Pridgen Rt. 7, Box 388, Fayetteville 

Christ — E. F. Barbour 473 McBain Drive, Fayetteville 

Eastover — Marcus McKnight Cedar Creek Road, Fayetteville 

Fayrri6nt — Almond Hair* 3803 Cumberland Road, Fayetteville 

Gardners — Mrs. Walter Mintz* Route 4, Fayetteville 

Haymont— C. C. Culbreath 117 Sutton Street, Fayetteville 

Hay Street — E. Lee Hauser 2308 Gunston Court, Fayetteville 

Johnson Memorial — Mrs. Ruth Malorey* c/o Tarts Trailor Court, 

Fayetteville 

Lyon Memorial — Mrs. Allen Brown 610 Townsend Street, Fayetteville 

Person Street — J. W. Jernigan P. O. Box 824, Fayetteville 

St. Matthews — J. H. Dickerson 5316 Williamsburg Drive, Fayetteville 

Wesley Heights— W. L. Smith* Route 6, Fayetteville 

Hamlet: Fellowship — W. J. Cooke 301 Dogwood Lane, Hamlet 

First Church: L. L. Cato Rice Street, Hamlet 

Hope Mills — R. E. Anglin* Hope Mills 

Laurel Hill— T. O. Gentry Laurel Hill 

Laurinburg — R. F. McCoy Prince Street, Laurinburg 

Love Joy-Macedonia — Weitzel VunCannon* Box 537, Troy 

Maxton — P. W. Watson Maxton 

Mount Gilead — Clay L. Bruton Mount Gilead 

Mount Gilead Circuit — Alton Haywood* Route 1, Mount Gilead 

Norman — Lonnie Green* Route 1, Ellerbe 

Old Hundred— Ernest Wood* Route 2, Laurel Hill 

Parkton — C. D. Bostic Route 1, Lumber Bridge 

Pinebluff— Miss Dorabelle Blue Hoffman 

Raeford— W. T. Gibson, Jr.* Raeford 

Red Springs— Dr. W. L. McRae Red Springs 

Roberdell— W. B. Easterling Box 648, Rockingham 



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Rockingham: Grace-Community — Howard Dulton* Rockingham 

East Rockingham — Fred Gibson Route 2, Hamlet 

First Church — M. F. Grantham Box 1099, Rockingham 

Glenwood-Trinity — Lionel C. Swink Route 2, Rockingham 

Pee Dee — Jack Swink 619 North Lee Street, Rockingham 

West Rockingham — John W. Smith 517 West Washington St., Rockingham 

St. John-Gibson— Odell Adams Laurel Hill 

St. Pauls— Dr. L. A. Cameron* Box 338, St. Pauls 

Sandhill Circuit — Kermit Copeland* Route 1, West End 

South River— B. W. Oaks Route 1, White Oak 

Southern Pines — A. A. Howlett Southern Pines 

Spring Lake — Ward F. Robertson Box 782, Fort Bragg 

Stedman — Bradley Jordan Stedman 

Troy — E. T. Reynolds Box 266, Troy 

Troy Circuit — Frank Bruton* Box 183, Troy 

Vass — H. P. Davis Route 3, Carthage 

West End— W. A. Johnson, Jr. , -West End 

Goldsboro District 

Beston-Bethel — B. W. Pate Rt. 2, LaGrange 

Bladen— C. P. Ashley* White Oak 

Charity — L. R. Lanier Rose Hill 

Clinton: First — Stuart Warren Clinton 

Grace — Mrs. Garland Sutton Clinton 

Clinton Circuit— Mrs. C. E. Vause Rt. 4, Clinton 

Duplin — Mrs. W. M. Ingram* Kenansville 

Eureka-Yelverton — Mrs. L. H. Lane Rt. 2, Stantonsburg 

Faison — James D. Jordan Faison 

Falling Creek-Providence — Jean L. Hood Rt. 1, Goldsboro 

Farmville — Barney Bland Farmville 

Four Oaks — A. D. Britt Four Oaks 

Fremont — Mrs. Bernard L. Pike Fremont 

Garland— R. D. Smith Ingold 

Goldsboro: Airboro — Ed Harris Rt. 4, Goldsboro 

Daniels Memorial — Mrs. Jack I. Daniels Rt. 3, Goldsboro 

Jefferson— Mrs. W. H. Cheek 1219 North Drive, Goldsboro 

Pine Forest— R. R. Johnson Rt. 5, Goldsboro 

St. Luke — Herbert Edwards Rt. 3, Goldsboro 

St. Paul— A. G. Pelt, Jr 801 E. Mulberry St., Goldsboro 

Salem— Leland O. Scott Rt. 2, Goldsboro 

Wayne — Mrs. Edna Blackman 210 S. Slocumb Street, Goldsboro 

Goldsboro Circuit — Mrs. David Moore* Rt. 2, Goldsboro 

Goshen-Keener — W. B. Sutton Faison 

Harrell — Mrs. Gordon Smith Box 18, Harrell 

Hookerton-Rainbow — Leroy Whitfield Hookerton 

Institute — Mrs. Annie Barwick LaGrange 

Johnston— Joe Bridges* 119 Rose St., Smithfield 

Kenly — Blenn Hinnant Kenly 

LaGrange — Mrs. A. L. Gray LaGrange 

Lucama — J. P. Humphrey Lucama 

Maury-Mt. Herman — Mrs. A. E. Brown Maury 



32 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Micro — Pete Rains Kenly 

Mount Olive: First — Norbert B. Wilson Mt. Olive 

Mt. Olive Circuit — Howard Casey* Rt. 3, Mt. Olive 

New Hope-Ebenezer — Mrs. Harold Coltrane Rt. 4, Goldsboro 

Newton Grove — Mrs. H. A. Bizzell, Sr. Newton Grove 

Pikeville — G. C. Garris Pikeville 

Pine Level — Carleton Daughtry Rt. 3, Smithfield 

Pink Hill— Mrs. C. C. Jones Pink Hill 

Princeton — L. J . Worthington Princeton 

Roseboro — H. J . Carr Roseboro 

Rose Hill — D. W. Ramsey Rose Hill 

Salemburg — William Warren* Rt. 2, Roseboro 

Sarecta — Mrs. Shirley Smith Kenansville 

Selma— John Jeffreys 703 N. Raiford St., Selma 

Seven Springs — Alton Price* Rt. 2, Seven Springs 

Smithfield — James L. Creech Smithfield 

Snow Hill— G. L. Mewborn, Jr Snow Hill 

Stantonsburg — John Lane Stantonsburg 

Turkey — L. A. Sutton Turkey 

Wallace — J . W. Sumner .Willard 

Walstonburg-Tabernacle — Harold Bailey Walstonburg 

Warsaw — R. L. West Warsaw 

Wesley— Curtis Griffin Rt. 1, Godwin 

New Bern District 

Atlantic — Mrs. Roma Davis Atlantic 

Aurora — W. B. Thompson* Aurora 

Ayden— Mrs. Harry Stillman 802 W. Third St., Ayden 

Beaufort: Ann Street — Albert Gaskil Box 242, Morehead City 

Beaufort Circuit — Mrs. Sallie Dudley Newport 

Beech Grove — Mrs. Olive Beaman Rt. 2, New Bern 

Bridgeton — Mrs. Eugene Koonce Rt. 4, New Bern 

Camp Glenn— John Taylor Rt. 1, Box 221, Morehead City 

Dover— R. W. Richardson Dover 

Greenville: Jarvis Memorial — Dr. C. F. Irons Box 744, Greenville 

Saint James — Joe E. Brown 1718 Forest Hill Drive, Greenville 

Grifton— S. E. Nelson Grifton 

Grimeslarrct-4i4rs, R. B. Wilson Grimesland 

Harlowe-Oak Grove— James E. Creech Rt. 1, Havelock 

Havelock: Cherry Point — Stan W. Godsil Cherry Point 

First Church— C. C. Rigsbee 519 Hollywood Blvd. Havelock 

Hubert — Richard T. Riggs* Swansboro 

Jacksonville: Trinity— C. W. Conkling, Sr 406 Woodland Drive, Jacksonville 

Kinston: Queen Street — Ray Barbre 207 Summit Avenue, Kinston 

Saint John— Mrs. R. M. Gradeless 304 N. Blount Street, Kinston 

Saint Mark — Mrs. R. A. Thompson 2418 Linden Avenue, Kinston 

Westminster — James B. Pratt 1603 Waverly Avenue, Kinston 

Kinston Circuit — Luther B. Pittman Route 2, Grifton 

Marshallberg — Andrew Davis Marshallberg 

Maysville — R. L. Mattocks Maysville 

Midway-Bethlehem— L. L. Sanders Route 1, Newport 



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Morehead City: First— James B. Webb 1902 Shepard Street, Morehead City 

Franklin Memorial — Walter M. Lewis 1 111 Arendall Street, Morehead City 

New Bern: Centenary — W. C. Chadwick Box 567, New Bern 

Riverside — Charles Dickenson 1914 Spencer Avenue, New Bern 

Trinity — William N. Rand 900 Meadows Street, New Bern 

Newport — Durward Sumrell Rt. 2, Box 187, Newport 

Ocracoke — Calvin O'Neal Ocracoke 

Oriental — Mrs. L. A. Green Oriental 

Pollocksville — Mrs. R. G. Harker Pollocksville 

Richlands — W. Ray Brown Richlands 

Richlands Circuit — Marvin Williams Rt. 2, Richlands 

Salter Path— Victor Salter* Salter Path 

Sea Level — Monroe Gaskill Cedar Island 

Shady Grove — Hilton Moore Rt. 5, Kinston 

Stonewall — J ames Gatlin Bayboro 

Straits — Emmett Piper* Gloucester 

Swansboro — Jimmy Killian* Swansboro 

Trenton— N. W. Thomas Trenton 

Vanceboro — Gray Lancaster Rt. 1, Vanceboro 

Vanceboro Circuit — B. L. Witherington Rt. 1, Vanceboro 

Williston-Smyrna — Charles Piner Williston 

Woodington-Webb — Harry Waller* Rt. 4, Kinston 

Raleigh District 

'Angier — J. E. Williams Angier 

;Apex-Holly Spring — Mrs. J. B. Fritchette Apex 

;Bailey— J. W. Finch Bailey 

jBenson — K. V. Stephenson Route 1, Benson 

Cary— W. G. Carr Cary 

Clayton— Mrs. J. D. Bain, Sr.* Clayton 

[Coats— S. H. Mitchell* Coats 

iDunn — W. C. Fowler 712 W. Divine Street, Dunn 

Ebenezer — Leonard Caviness* 504 Rush St., Raleigh 

jErwin — B. B. Hudson Erwin 

Franklinton — B. N. Williamson, Jr.* Franklinton 

Fuquay Springs — H. E. Parker* Fuquay Springs 

Garner — A. B. Hales* Garner 

Garner Circuit — Mrs. Harris Roberson Route 1, Smithfield 

Granville Circuit — F. T. Wrenn Route 3, Oxford 

Henderson: City Road— L. R. Williams* 705 N. Garnett St., Henderson 

First Church— J. C. Stabler 115 Church Street, Henderson 

White Memorial-Wesley — W. D. Stanley* ..313 Alexander Avenue, Henderson 

K-ipling-Cokesbury — W. J. Cotton, Sr. Kipling 

Knightdale — Mrs. W. J. Stevenson Route 5, Raleigh 

Lillington — Carl Kelly Lillington 

Louisburg — John Hodges Louisburg 

Louisburg Circuit — Mrs. Merriel Perkins Bunn 

Macedonia — Miss Blanche Penny Route 4, Raleigh 

Viacon — W. R. Drake Macon 

vlamers — Clarence Stewart* Mamers 

Middleburg — T. P. Rose* Route 2, Norlina 



34 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Millbrook— W. N. H. Jones Rt. 7, Wake Forest Road, Raleigh 

Mt. Pleasant — W. F. Perry, Jr. Route 2, Bailey 

Norlina — Mrs. Myrtle Paschall Wise 

Piney Grove-Mt. Carmel — Miss Elizabeth Savage* Route 1, Henderson 

Pleasant Grove — James Ferguson* 2900 Hillsboro Street, Raleigh 

Raleigh: Edenton St.— B. Troy Ferguson 2405 White Oak Road, Raleigh 

Fairmont — J. W. McGee Route 4, Box 149, Raleigh 

Hayes Barton — R. L. Cameron Route 6, Raleigh 

Highland — Mrs. R. E. Brown 1424 Banbury Road, Raleigh 

Jenkins Memorial — Mrs. Cora W. Travis 1220 Filmore Street, Raleigh 

Lay den Memorial — W. L. Dupree* 150 Gilbert St. Raleigh 

Longview Gardens — R. A. Burt 307 Colleton Road, Raleigh 

St. Marks— Mrs. Olaf Wakefield Route 1, Raleigh 

Trinity — Mrs. H. R. Williamson 821 N. Bloodworth Street, Raleigh 

Wesley Memorial — M. W. Massengill* 1804 Hilton Street, Raleigh 

Westover — Lloyd Young* 705 E. Pine Street, Raleigh 

Wynnewood Park — Ray Ritchie, Jr. Route 4, Walnut Trail, Raleigh 

Tar River — John Wilson Route 3, Louisburg 

Vance — Mrs. J. B. Owen Henderson 

Wake Forest- Youngsville — Mrs. H. C. Brothers, Sr. Box 456, Wake Forest 

Warren — Frederick Williams Route 3, Warrenton 

Warrenton — Mack Bullock Warrenton 

Wendell — Walter Burgess Wendell 

Zebulon — M . J . Sexton Zebulon 

Rocky Mount District 

Aulander — P. T. Jones Aulander 

Battleboro — V. H. Batts * Battleboro 

Bethel — C. W. Everett Bethel 

Calvary — M. A. Sellery* Littletc 

Conway — Mrs. Helen Stephenson . Sever 

Elm City — John Fleming Elm City. 

Enfield— Earl Overton* Enfield 

Evansdale-Black Creek — Mrs. David Beaman Rt. 3, Wilsc 

Gaston — Raz Autry Gaston 

Halifax— R. H. Hux Littleton 

Hawkins-Tabor— J . H. Nevelle Littleton 

Hobgood — C. L. Lewis Hobgc 

Hornes-Mount Zion — Walter Dunn Elm Cit 

Jamesville — John C. Kirkman* Jamesvilk 

Littleton — Joseph P. Newsome Littletc 

Nash — Thomas Boone Nashvi 

Nashville — Don Glisson Nashvi 

Northampton — Ballard S. Gay Jacl 

Pinetops — W. L. Dunn, Jr. Pinet 

Red Oak-York's Chapel — Mrs. Raymond Moore Rt. 3, Rocky Moi 

Rich Square— W. W. Carter Woodla 

Roanoke — Mrs. Lewis Mann Rt. 1, Box 541, Roanoke Rapic 

Roanoke Rapids: First — George N. Taylor Roanoke Rapic 

Rosemary — Lloyd Sandlin 225 Walter St., Roanoke Rapic 

Robersonville-Hamilton — Mrs. Hassell Worsley — Robersonvill'; 



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Rocky Mount: Clark Street— J. W. Hollowell 625 Hill Street, Rocky Mount 

Englewood — C. C. Williams Clayton Road, Rocky Mount 

First Church — Julian M. Aldridge Rocky Mount 

Marvin — Kenneth Fisher 626 Mill Street, Rocky Mount 

St. Paul — Russell Bass 721 Burton St., Rocky Mount 

Sandy Cross — Herman Baker* Route 3, Nashville 

i Scotland Neck — Mrs. W. L. Harris, Jr. Scotland Neck 

! Seaboard — Mahlon Hughes Jackson 

i Smith's Methodist Church — B. C. Pearson* Route 2, Roanoke Rapids 

j Spring Church-Gary sburg — R. M. Roberson Skippers, Virginia 

| Spring Hope — Allen C. Barbee* Spring Hope 

1 Stokes — Mrs. Catherine Stokes Stokes 

i Tarboro: Hart — Lacy Watts* 309 Virginia Avenue, Tarboro 

St. James — Luke Hill Tarboro 

i Temperance Hall — Hudson Bullock 330 Rose Street, Rocky Mount 

I Weldon— W. B. Joyner , Weldon 

i Wesley Memorial — Claude Joyner* 1311 Chestnut St., Greenville 

I West Halifax— Mrs. N. B. Whitley Route 2, Enfield 

i Whitakers — Danford E. Cutchin Whitakers 

■< Williamston — H. I. Swain Williamston 

\ Wilson: First — John H. Hackney, Sr. Wilson 

Winstead— T. H. Sanford 1003 Briggs Street, Wilson 

! Windsor— J. L. Williford Merry Hill 

Wilmington District 

Ashpole-Sandy Plains — Stanton Spaulding* Rt. 2, Rowland 

iBethesda — Ashby Walters Rt. 1, Orrum 

I Burgaw — Jep Casey, Sr. Burgaw 

! Carolina Beach — O. C. Miller Box 143, Carolina Beach 

i Carvers Creek — Paul Savage* RFD 1, Council 

i Cerro-Gordo-Olivet — Melton Harrington Rt. 1, Fairmont 

i Chadbourn — Paul B. Avant Chadbourn 

l Clarkton Circuit — Lexie Gooden* Elizabethtown 

I Council — Mrs. Edward Fredere Council 

' Dublin— Carlton Willis Rt. 1, Elizabethtown 

: Elizabethtown — S. L. Thornton* Elizabethtown 

I Fair Bluff— Charlie Scott . Fair Bluff 

I Fairmont — T. J. Carson Fairmont 

Fairview-Hickory Grove— J. K. Braboy McCall, S. C. 

Hallsboro — Norman Register Rt. 4, Whiteville 

:Lake Waccamaw — C. E. Riggs* Lake Waccamaw 

• Lumberton: Chestnut St. — Wyman Scarboro 1902 Walnut Street, Lumberton 

i Lumberton Circuit — Winsworth Fields* Rt. 5, Box 33, Lumberton 

Pembroke: First — Albert Hunt* Box 16, Pembroke 

'Pembroke Circuit — N. H. Biddell Pembroke 

'Prospect — Leslie Bullard Rt. 3, Maxton 

i Rocky Point — Mrs. Ed Asteen Box 13, Rocky Mount 

1 Rowland — W. Z. Pate* Rowland 

JScotts Hill — Henry Swinson Rt. 1, Rocky Point 

Shallotte-Camp — A. C. Johnston* Shallotte 

Shallotte Circuit — Floyd Kirby Supply 



36 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Sneads Ferry-Verona — Mrs. Albert Russell Sneads Ferry 

Southport — Ray Walton * Southport 

Tabor City— Albert Goldfinch Tabor City 

Town Creek — Mrs. R. H. McDougall Route 2, Leland 

Waccamaw Circuit — Mrs. Grady Frink* Tabor City 

Whiteville — Leslie Thompson Whiteville 

Whiteville Circuit — Bobby Sessions* Whiteville 

Wilmington: Epworth — Mrs. Henry Jordan Oleander Drive, Wilmington 

Devon Park — Ralph Walton 418 McDonald Drive, Wilmington 

Fifth Avenue — R. S. Young 20 Jackson Drive, Wilmington 

Grace — Harry W. Clark* 109 Wayne Drive, Wilmington 

Sunset Park— Wade Pierce 2718 Harrison St., Wilmington 

Trinity — Phil Cameron* 1916 Pender Avenue, Wilmington 

Wesley Memorial — A. D. Byrd Route 1, Box 308-D, Wilmington 

Wrightsville Beach — Harris Ligon Box 975, Wilmington 



Not present for the 1958 Session of the Annual Conference 



Journal of Proceedings 



37 



CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL OF THE CONFERENCE— 1958 

Honorary Member, Bishop Paul N. Garber 

Honorary Member, Bishop W. Walter Peele 

Honorary Member, Dr. R. P. Marshall 

R. Retired Sy. Supernumerary E. Effective 

*Not present at this session of the Conference 

Orders recognized! 





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Massey, Lucius S.* 

Barnes, Albert S. 

Starling, George B.* 

Bradley, James W.* 

Elliott, William F. 

Brown, William H. 

Hoyle, John W., Sr.* 

Noblitt, Frank B.* 

Thrift, Charles T.* 

Ewing, Henry C* 

Rogers, Charles T. 

Spence, Hersey E.* 

Lance, Hicks E.* 

Martin, W. Christian* 

Boone, J. Joshua 

Love, Franklin S. 

Phipps, William T. 

Harmon, John C* 

McRae, William V.* 4 

Self, Marvin Y. 

Duval, Kirby F.* 

Culbreth, Frank* 

Hayman, Louis D. 

Hurley, Bernard T. 

Hendricks, Harris L.* 

Fletcher, Maynard O. 

Lee, Thomas W. 

Miller, J. Herbert 

Slaughter, Baxter B.* 

Dodd, E. David 3 

Tanaka, Isawo* 

Porter, Hubbard B.* 

Durham, Ernest C* 

Cade, William A. 

Lowry, Doctor F. 

Glass, Henry I. 

Parker, Albea S. 

Munns, R. Floyd* 

Lowe, William G.* 

Russell, John A. 

Tharpe, John A. 

Myers, Hiram E.* 

Maness, William L. 

Benson, Walter C* 



R Greenville 1891 1891 1895 36 

R Kinston 1896 1897 1900 49 

R Elizabeth City 1898 1899 1902 46 

R Concord 1899 1901 1904 45 

R Greensboro 1900 1902 1904 45 

R Wilmington 1902 1902 1906 34 

R Goldsboro 1903 1896 1900 24 

R Charlotte 1904 1904 1908 31 

R Danville, Va. 1905 1907 1909 43 

R Americus, Ga. 1905 1907 1909 29 

R Rocky Mount 1906 1908 1910 46 

R New Bern 1907 1906 1911 45 

R New Bern 1907 1906 1912 28 

R New Bern 1907 1909 1911 42 

R New Bern 1907 1910 1913 46 

R New Bern 1907 1910 1912 47 

R Brunswick, Ga. __ 1907 1909 1911 43 

R Salisbury 1907 1909 1911 36 

R Durham 1908 1914 1915 35 

R Asheville 1908 1906 1912 45 

R Raleigh 1909 1908 1914 40 

R Raleigh 1909 1911 1913 28 

R Elizabeth City 1910 1911 1914 40 

R Elizabeth City 1910 1910 1914 44 

R Augusta, Ga. 1911 1913 1915 43 

R Maryville, Tenn. __ 1911 1913 1915 37 

R Fayetteville 1912 1913 1916 35 

E Fayetteville 1912 1915 1917 46 

R Fayetteville 1912 1914 1916 43 

R Fayetteville 1912 1912 1916 36 

E Kobe, Japan 1912 1914 1926 29 

R Oxford 1913 1914 1917 41 

R Oxford 1913 1915 1917 31 

R Oxford 1913 1913 1917 40 

R Walkertown 1913 1915 1917 40 

R Washington 1914 1914 1919 40 

E Washington 1914 1916 1918 44 

R Washington 1914 1916 1919 37 

R Washington 1914 1916 1918 39 

R Washington 1914 1916 1918 43 

R Washington 1914 1914t 23 

R Wilmington 1915 1914 1918 43 

R Wilmington 1915 1917 1919 41 

R Wilmington 1915 1917 1919 32 



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37 


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Poole, Ivey T. 

Boone, Benjamin F.* 1 

Hall, Leon M. 

Earnhardt, D. Edwin 1 

Smith, Jackson L. 

Loy, W. Lawrence 

Williams, Benjamin M.* 

Walton, A. J. 

Hurley, J. Bascom 1 

Merritt, Benjamin O. 

Maness, Eli C. 

Fraser, Harry C* 

Clarke, David A. 

Lanning, Jesse H. 

Cline, John* 

Surratt, H. Freo 

Petty, Dwight A. 

Larkin, Leon C. 

Dimmette, Joel W. 

Hall, Edgar M.* 

Richmond, Isaac S. 

Brantley, Allen P. 

Hethcox, Robert L. 1 

Hillman, Edgar L. 

Wellons, Ralph D. 

Brothers, Lloyd C. 1 

Clegg, Ernest R. 

Farrar, Walter G. 

King, Hiram K. 

Guthrie, Charlie W.* 

Lowry, French R.* 

Chambers, Martin R.* 

Long, John O. 

Hobbs, A. Jarvis 

Sharpe, Daniel M. 

Cowan, Ernest G. 

Dawson, Walter L.* 

Davis, Harvey L. 

Brown, Adrian E. 

Vaughan, W. Norman* 

Bartak, Joseph P.* 

Edmond, Ernest E. 

Minnis, J. F. 

Watts, Lawrence A. 

McLamb, McDonald 3 

Starnes, Shirley J. 2 

Husted, Morris L. 

Clegg, W. Lemuel 

Ball, Walter C. 

Potter, W. Stanley 

Powell, Howard P. 

Ashmore, Hubert R. 

Barclift, Chancie D. 

Underwood, William J.* 5 

Lee, Percy O. 



R Wilmington 1915 

R Durham 1916 

R Durham 1916 

R Durham 1916 

R Gastonia 1916 

R Durham 1916 

R Winston-Salem __ 1916 

E Charleston, W. Va. 1916 

R Greenville 1917 

R Greenville 1917 

R Greenville 1917 

E Coopertown, N. Y. 1917 

R Asheville 1917 

E Asheville 1917 

R Asheville 1917 

R Mebane 1917 

E Goldsboro 1918 

E Goldsboro 1918 

R Goldsboro 1918 

R Goldsboro 1918 

R Logan, W. Va. ___ 1918 

E Greensboro 1918 

R Thomasville 1918 

R Atlanta, Ga. 1918 

R Mosadabad, India 1918 

E Wilson 1919 

R Wilson 1919 

R Wilson 1919 

E Wilson 1919 

R Troy 1919 

R Troy 1919 

R Memphis, Tenn. __ 1919 

R Rocky Mount 1920 

E Rocky Mount 1920 

R Salisbury 1920 

R Burlington 1921 

R High Point 1921 

E Raleigh 1922 

E Raleigh 1922 

R Raleigh 1922 

E Prague, Czecho. __ 1922 

E Gibbsboro, N. J. __ 1922 

E High Point 1922 

E Elizabeth City 1923 

E Elizabeth City 1923 

E Elizabeth City 1923 

E Wheeling, W. Va. _ 1923 

E Wilmington 1924 

E Wilmington 1924 

E Richmond, Mo. ___ 1924 

E Greensboro 1924 

E Fayetteville 1925 

E Fayetteville 1925 

R Fayetteville 1925 

E Fayetteville 1925 



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Jerome, Robert L. 

Crawford, Eugene C. 

Critcher, B. Duke 

Cranford, John D. 

Edens, Nelson P. 

Shuller, Edgar R.* 

Henderson, Marion C. 

Newton, Pliny F. 

Jones, Horace C. 

Stott, J. Doane 

Wilson, W. Carleton 

Caudill, Russell H. 

Cash, Howard H. 

Moore, G. Nelson 

Fields, Paul H.* 

Dawson, R. Grady 

Baum, Herman B. 

Brandenburg, F. Bardin 1 

Pegg, J. Paul 

Whitehead, Talton J. 

Melton, Omer C. 

Fisher, Edgar B. 

Thompson, Arthur L. 

Vickery, Robert L.* 

Herbert, J. Furman 

Heath, C. Freeman 

Hedden, Forrest D.* 

Pollock, Henry F. 

Garland, Roger E. 

Lawrence, Marquis W. 

Tilley, Lester A. 

Hough, Thomas B. 

Barbee, Carl W. 1 

Strawbridge, Ishmael J. 1 

Hathaway, Offie L. 

Lewis, Ralph H. 

Measamer, Elwin H. 

Russell, Leon 1 

Howard, William M., Jr. 

Womack, Carlos P. 

Williams, A. Morris 

Traynham, David D. 

Cunningham, M. Earl 

Holt, D. Dillon 

Edwards, Earl B. 

Harris, H. LeRoy 

Maness, Paul R.* 

Jones, Foster L. 

Goodwin, Durward T. 

Bradshaw, Robert W. 

Andrews, Chester J. 

Warren, Millard W 

Blount, George W. 

Jenkins, Theodore R. 

Ruark, Henry G. 



E Fayetteville 1925 

E Fayetteville 1925 

E Fayetteville 1925 

R Greensboro 1925 

E Fayetteville 1925 

E Conway, Ark. 1925 

E High Point 1925 

E Boone Terre, Mo. _ 1925 

E Griffin, Ga. 1925 

E Durham 1926 

E Durham ___ 1926 

E Durham 1926 

E Doweltown, Term. 1926 

E Maysville, Ky. 1926 

R Raleigh 1927 

E Raleigh 1927 

E Raleigh 1927 

E Raleigh 1927 

E Asheboro 1927 

E Asheboro 1927 

R Raleigh 1927 

E Wilson 1928 

E Wilson 1928 

R Winston-Salem __ 1928 

E Wilson 1929 

E Wilson 1928 

E Tampa, Fla. 1928 

E McKeesport, Pa. __ 1928 

E Worcester, Mass. _ 1928 

E Kinston 1929 

E Kinston 1929 

E Kinston 1929 

E Kinston 1929 

E Kinston 1929 

E Kinston 1929 

E Seoul, Korea 1929 

E Henderson 1930 

E Henderson 1930 

E Albemarle 1930 

E Henderson 1930 

E Henderson 1930 

E Henderson 1930 

E Henderson 1930 

E Greensboro 1930 

E Greensboro 1930 

E Henderson 1930 

R Charleston, W. Va. 1930 

E Parkersburg.W.Va. 1930 

E W. Va. Conf. 1930 

E Greenville 1931 

E Greenville 1931 

E Greenville 1931 

E Rocky Mount 1932 

E Rocky Mount 1932 

E Rocky Mount 1932 



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Robins, Cecil W. 

Morris, Clarence P. 

Garlington, J. Ezell 

Lee, Allen C. 

Goldston, C. Wade 

Joyce, Johnnie L. 

Lewis, Vance A. 1 

Lewis, Louis A. _ . _ . . ... _ 5 

Ross, Leon W. 

Lineberger, James W. 

Vale, Charles E. 

Maness, Madison W. 

Tew, W. Alton* 

Young, J. Doyne 1 

Fitts, Robert N. 

Dunn, Millard C. 

Long, Charles B. 

Stephenson, Marion O. 

Walston, Robert E. 

Harrison, Russell S. 

Early, Joyce V. . 

Moser, R. E. Lee 

Boggs, Clyde S. 

Pouts, Dwight L. 

Wright, Carl K. 

Anderson, Wilbur K.* 

Eikins, Ollie V. 

McLamb, Howard M. 

Eubank, Graham S. 

Cotton, Worth B. 1 

Stevens, Willis R. 

Pritchard, Ralph W 

Greene, John T.* 

Poe, John R. ___ 

Meacham, Benjamin P.* 

Crow, William A.* 

Crossno, R. Leon 

Grant, Nicholas W. 

Hix, C. Eugene, Jr. 

Coble, Joseph F. 

Nelson, Claude D.* 

Gardner, Matt R. 1 

Newton, R. Zenos 1 

Parrish, Leslie L. 4 

Barrs, William K.* 

Lewis, Henry B. 

Overton, James H, Jr. 

Patterson, Floyd M.* 

Page, Jack W. 

Vick, Thomas M., Jr. 

Hubbard, Charles S. 

Queen, Vergil E. 

Harrell, Haywood L. 

Rogers, Harry L. 

Cushman, Robert E.* 



E Rocky Mount 1932 

E Burlington 1932 

E Chatham, La 1932 

E Rocky Mount 1932 

E Rocky Mount 1932 

E Rocky Mount 1932 

E Walkertown 1932 

E Blue Ridge 1932 

E Salisbury, Md. 1932 

E Durham 1933 

E Durham 1933 

E Durham 1933 

E Durham 1933 

E Durham 1933 

R Durham 1933 

E Washington 1934 

E Washington 1934 

E Washington 1934 

E Washington 1934 

E Washington 1934 

E Washington 1934 

E Greensboro 1934 

E Winchester, Ky. __ 1934 

E Washington 1934 

E Oneonta, Ala. 1934 

E Blackwell, Okla. __ 1934 

E Bluefield, W. Va. _ 1934 

E Wilmington 1935 

E Wilmington 1935 

E Wilmington 1935 

E Wilmington 1935 

E Bedford, Ind. 1935 

E New Bern 1936 

E New Bern 1936 

E New Bern 1936 

E New Bern 1936 

E New Bern 1936 

E New Bern 1936 

E New Bern 1936 

E Albemarle 1936 

E New Bern 1936 

E New Bern 1936 

E Raleigh 1937 

E Raleigh 1937 

E Raleigh 1937 

E Raleigh 1937 

E Raleigh 1937 

E Elizabeth City 1938 

E Elizabeth City 1938 

E Elizabeth City 1938 

E Elizabeth City 1938 

E Fayetteville 1939 

E Fayetteville 1939 

E Fayetteville 1939 

E Genesee Conf. ___ 1939 



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Bradley, David Gilbert 

Chaplin, Alfred L. 

Neese, W. Junius 

Wheeler, Kermit 

Taylor, Key W. 

Autry, John D. A. 

Howard, W. Elmer 2 

Ingram, O. Kelly 

Boone, Sidney G. 

Gray, Alan D. L. 

Dicks, Russell L. 

Freeman, William L. 

House, Thomas H. 

Regan, James R. 5 

Kinlaw, Grover C. 

Mercer, Charles H. 

Carruth, Paul 

Rogers, James E. 

Mooney, Robert C, Jr. 

Caviness, Woodrow W. 

Crutchfield, Gilbert W. 

Vereen, LaFon C. 

Couch, Leon V. . 

Purcell, Eugene G., Jr. 

Chaffin, J. Claude 

Mitchell, Charles. M. 

Sponenberg, James E. 

Boone, Daniel C. 6 

Musser, Benjamin F. 

Bame, Robert L. 

Petteway, Warren B. 2 

Edens, Allen C, Jr. 

Patten, Brooks 

Gregory, Walter B. 

Ports, George W., Jr. 

Charlton, David W 

Collins, Thomas A. 

Johnson, Carl A. 

McCarver, Clyde G. 

Cuthrell, Harold G.* 

McCoy, Charles S. 

Jones, Barney L. 

Still, Frederick E. 

Manschreck, C. L.* 

Sales, Reames H* 

Bostick, Joseph K. 

Stephenson, Arthur L. G. 4 

Nicks, Robert L. 

Smith, Edward F.* 

Barrett, Troy J. 

Edwards, J. Paul 

Cline, John M. 

Maides, John T, Jr. 

Rudin, John J. 

Reid, Dermott J. 



E Long Beach, Calif. 1939 1941 1948 13 

E Wilmington 1940 19401 18 

E Wilmington 1940 1942 1944 18 

E Wilmington 1940 1942 1944 18 

E Wilmington 1940 1942 1944 18 

E Wilmington 1940 1942 1944 18 

E Wilmington 1940 1942 1944 18 

E Tuscumbia, Ala. __ 1940 1943 1945 18 

E Durham 1941 1943 1945 17 

E Durham 1941 1943 1944 17 

E Dallas, Texas 1941 1933t 17 

E Durham 1941 1943 1943 14 

E Knoxville, Tenn. __ 1942 1943 1946 17 

E Wilson 1942 1944 1946 16 

E Wilson 1942 1944 1946 16 

E Wilson 1942 1943 1944 16 

E Wilson 1942 1943 1944 16 

E Bishopville, S. C. 1942 1943 1943 12 

E Decatur, Ala. 1942 1943 1944 15 

E Wilson 1942 1943 1943 15 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1943 1945 15 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1943 1945 15 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1945 1947 15 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1944 1945 15 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1944 1945 15 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1944 1945 15 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1944 1945 15 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1944 1945 15 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1945 1946 15 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1943 1945 15 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1944 1945 15 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1944 1944 14 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1945 1945 14 

E Rocky Mount 1943 1947 1949 13 

E Lynchburg, Va. 1943 1945 1946 15 

E Raleigh 1944 1944t 14 

E Raleigh 1944 1944 1946 14 

E Raleigh 1944 1944 1946 14 

E Raleigh 1944 1944 1946 14 

R Raleigh 1944 1946 1948 8 

E Raleigh . ___ 1944 1944 1945 13 

E Brooklyn, N. Y. __ 1944 1944 1944 14 

E Knoxville, Term. 1944 1946 1946 13 

E Washington, D. C. 1944 1945 1946 14 

E Goldsboro 1945 1945 1947 13 

E Goldsboro 1945 1947 1949 13 

E Goldsboro 1945 1953 1956 11 

E Henderson 1946 1946 1948 12 

E Henderson 1946 1946 1948 12 

E Henderson 1946 1946 1948 11 

E Henderson 1946 1946 1948 12 

E Henderson 1946 1946 1948 12 

E Henderson 1946 1946 1948 12 

E Henderson 1946 1947 1948 12 

E Elizabeth City 1947 1947t 11 



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Hirschi, Carlton F. 

Wells, William M., Jr. 

Aycock, Johnnie D. 

Winberry, Herman S. 

Moe, David L.* 

Bingham, Buel E. 

Auman, James Albert* 1 

Jackson, L. P. 

Lewis, David M. 

Epps, Ralph I. 

Houston, Hollis W. 

Lancaster, Alton S. 3 

Crowder, William R. 2 

Fowlkes, Ralph E. 

Dawsey, Cyrus B., Jr.* 

Newton, Carl R. 

Davidson, Barney L. 

Kinley, Grady L. 

Miller, James H., Jr. 

Walton, William C, Jr. 

Jones, Norwood L. 

Kinlaw, Dennis P.* 

Glover, Murrell K. 

Wilson, Kelly J., Jr. 

Whitley, Edgar Earl 

Whicker, Grady Herman* 

Jamieson, Herbert M. 

Hill, Alton P., Jr. 

Reynolds, Alonza Lee 

Feltman, Walter C. 

Commander, Richard T. 

Nickens, C. Graham 3 

Megill, George C. 

Brogan, Wesley G. 

Garrison, John W.* 

Leatherman, Harold F. 

McDonald, Walter N. 

Little, Brooks B. 

Richardson, John E. 

Brown, James C. P. 

Watson, Harvey L. 

Moore, Robert F. 

Tyson, Marvin D. 

Byrd, Albert D., Jr. 

Eason, Robert H. 

Seawell, William A. 

Davis, Herman F. 

Minor, Harold D. 

Gitlin, Emmanuel M.* 

Bridges, Lawrence Jr. 

Dunn, Clyde H. 

Desr osiers, Norman A.* 

Atwater, Warren E., Jr.* 

Johnson, Walter R. 2 

Bizzell, Henry A., Jr. 



E Elizabeth City 1947 

E Elizabeth City 1947 

E Elizabeth City 1947 

E Elizabeth City 1947 

E Utica, N. Y. 1947 

E Elizabeth City 1947 

E Elizabeth City 1947 

E Roanoke, Va. 1947 

E Greenville 1948 

E Greenville 1948 

E Greenville 1948 

E Greenville 1948 

E Greenville 1948 

E Charleston, W. Va. 1948 

E Sanford 1949 

E Sanford 1949 

E Sanford 1949 

E Sanford 1949 

E Sanford 1949 

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E Sanford 1949 

E Sanford 1949 

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E Sanford 1949 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Groveton, N. H. __ 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Kinston 1950 

E Davenport, Iowa _ 1950 

E Minnesota Conf. _ 1950 

E Wilmington 1951 

E Wilmington 1951 

E Wilmington 1951 

E Wilmington 1951 

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Barefield, Robert S.* E 

Clark, Wilfong W., Jr. E 

Beane, Kenneth E. E 

Tyson, Tommy 2 E 

Warren, Clarence L. E 

Jordan, Robert H. E 

Waldrop, J. H., Jr. E 

Brown, Chester D. E 

Smotherman, Ernest H. E 

Goodwin, James W.* E 

Cameron, Angus M. E 

Blue, John R. 2 E 

Hailey, James R. E 

Kirby, Wallace H. E 

Starnes, William B. E 

Brodie, Robert S. 1 E 

White, Christian 4 E 

Earnhardt, Edwin L. E 

Tyson, George H. E 

Gibson, Robert S.* E 

Fitzgerald, F. Owen, Jr. E 

Aitken, Louis Allon 1 E 

Aitken, Paul Wesley E 

Sexton, Kenneth B. E 

Owen, J. Malloy, III E 

Savell, Joel M.* E 

Wentz, Walter A., Jr. E 

Regan, James R., Jr. E 

Dodson, Samuel G. 1 E 

McKee, Robert F. E 

Wegwart, Wayne G. E 

Steele, Thomas Fant, Jr. E 

Garrard, William R. E 

Tyson, Aaron Grandison E 

Lore, Auburn William E 

Folds, Albert R. E 

Osborn, Robert T. E 

Shoaf, Early C. E 

Pfister, John William E 

Gore, Albert N., Jr. E 

Smith, Harmon L., Jr. E 

Dillman, Lewis A. E 

Roettger, Chas. Donald E 

Crawford, Van T. E 

Stone, Amos Henry E 

Knight, Robert N. E 

Johnson, Harvey Bynum __ E 

Bass, Walton N., Sr. 2 E 

Allen, Joseph Land E 

Cahow, Clark R. E 

Hill, Noah B., Jr. 1 E 

Pate, Robert Bruce, Jr. E 

McKenzie, G. Robert, Jr. ___ E 

Fleming, Ralph Lang, Jr. __ E 

Meekins, Earl Ray 9 E 



Wilmington 1951 1952 1954 

Wilmington 1951 1954 

Wilmington 1951 1951 1951 

Wilmington 1951 1953 1954 

Wilmington 1951 1951 1953 

Wilmington 1951 1951 1953 

Wilmington 1951 1952 1953 

Greensboro 1951 1952 1953 

Nashville, Tenn. __ 1951 1952 1953 

Tuscumbia, Ala. __ 1951 1953 

Brooklyn, N. Y. __ 1951 1951 1953 

Maryville, Mo. ___ 1952 1955 1956 

Burlington 1952 1952t 

Burlington 1952 1953 1954 

Burlington 1952 1954 1956 

Burlington 1952 1954 1956 

Burlington 1952 1952 1954 

Burlington 1952 1954 1957 

Burlington 1952 1953 1955 

Burlington 1952 1952 1953 

Burlington 1952 1952 1953 

Burlington 1952 1952 1955 

Charleston, W. Va. 1952 1953 1955 

Burlington 1952 1952 1953 

Burlington 1952 1953 1954 

Burlington 1952 1952 1953 

Burlington 1952 1953 1954 

Burlington 1952 1952 1953 

Burlington 1952 1955 

Burlington 1952 1952 1953 

Charleston, W. Va. 1952 1954 1955 

Greenville, S. C. __ 1952 1954 1955 

Atlanta, Ga 1952 1953 1954 

Burlington 1952 1956 1958 

Durham 1953 1956 1958 

Athens, Ga. 1953 1955 1957 

Seattle, Wash. 1952 1954 1955 

Charlotte, N. C. __ 1952 1952 1954 

Kansas City, Kan. 1952 1954 1956 

Starksville, Miss. 1952 1954 

Greenville, Miss. 1952 1953 1956 

Durham 1953 1953t 1956 

Richmond, Ky. __ 1953 1954 1956 

Durham 1953 19531 

Durham 1953 1953 1957 

Durham 1953 19531 

Durham 1953 1955 

Durham 1953 1953 1955 

Durham 1953 1952 1955 

Durham 1953 1953 1955 

Durham 1953 1954 1957 

Durham 1953 1953 1955 

Durham 1953 1953 1955 

Durham 1953 1953 1955 

Durham 1953 1950 1952 



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Hamilton, James W. 

Cummings, Simeon Foster __ 

Yelverton, Pernecie C. 

Crum, John H. 

Baker, Randall 

Browning, Paul 

Sherman, W. W., Jr. 

Cheek, William H. 

Duplissey, P. J. 

Ellis, Wallace M. 

Speight, James Braxton 

Landers, Samuel E. 

Layfield, P. H., Jr. 

Stark, Rufus H., II 

Fisher, Albert F. 

Caudill, Charles C. 

Parrish, John H. 8 

Wooten, Charles Wesley ___ 

Bishop, W. Warren 

Rickards, James Perry 

Brandenburg, Arthur L. 

Wier, Frank E. 

Johnson, Robert L. 

Jeffries, William Mac 

Newsome, Jack L. 

Meacham, William Franklin 7 

Quick, William Kellon 1 

Staton, Jesse Cloman 

Bedsworth, Ellis Jennings __ 

Biddeaux, Rene Orville 

Garris, Horace Stanford 

■Wood, Robert D. 

McClung, Ardel F. _. 

Pearsall, John Sanders 

Tisdale, Walter E. 

Smith, John Thomas 3 

Green, Wallace T. 

Pope, Thomas Arnold 2 

Thompson, Emerson McLean 

Reed, John Edwards Sr., 1 

Tyson, Vernon Cephas 2 

Boone, Paul Wendell 

Cook, Irvin 

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E Durham 1953 

E Durham 1953 

E Durham 1953 

E Durham 1953 

E Durham 1953 

E Knoxville, Tenn. 1953 

E Buckhannon, W.V. 1953 

E Westminster, Md. _ 1953 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Florida 1954 

E Bristol, Tenn. 1954 

E Lakeland, Fla. 1954 

E Richmond, Va. ___ 1954 

E Atlanta, Ga. 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Raleigh 1954 

E Fayetteville 1955 

E Fayetteville 1955 

E Payetteville 1955 

E Hutchinson, Kan. _ 1955 

E Fayetteville 1955 

E Fayetteville 1955 

E Fayetteville 1955 

E Fayetteville 1955 

E Atlanta, Ga. 1955 

E Greenville 1956 

E Greenville 1956 

E Greenville 1956 

E Greenville 1956 

E Harrisonburg, Va._ 1956 

E New Bern 1957 



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PREACHERS ON TRIAL 



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Alphabetical Roll 
Name 



Disciplinary 
Status 



Gayle Thomas Alexander ___ 
Joseph C. Alexander, Jr. ___ 

William E. Amon 

Edward P. Armstrong, Jr. ___ 

James H. Bailey 

Robert L. Baldridge 

Claude L. Barrett 

David M. Bercaw 

Bobby C. Black 

Clarence R. Breedin 

Robert F. Bundy 

Paul G. Bunn 

Carl R. Calloway 

William O. Conner 

Clyde McGee Creech 

Max W. Dulin 

Charles F. Eakin 

James S. Epperson 

John R. Fulcher 

Thomas O. Fulcher 

Robert H. Gibbons, Jr. 

Joseph C. Glass, Jr. 

Robert M. Gradeless 

Lawrence A. Green 

Holland L. Hale 

Robert C. Hastings 

Rudolph H. Hodges 

Hubert H. Hodgin 

George W. Johnson 

Arnold K. King, Jr. 

Harold F. Lininger 

Robert H. Love 

William P. Lowdermilk 

Robert L. Mangum 

William F. Medlin 

Charles H. Mewborn 

Robert A. McLean __. 
Samuel D. McMillan, Jr. ___ 

Peleg D. Midgett, III 

Virgil N. Moore 

Edward P. Osteen 

Charles E. Owens 

Harvey W. Pearce 

Richard H. Peterson 

'Henry A. Phillips, Jr. 

Lee A. Phillips 

William E. Pickett 

Robert S. Pullman 

Horace G. Quigley 



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New Bern 

New Bern 

New Bern 

Wilson 

Wilson 

Greenville 

Raleigh 

New Bern 

New Bern 

New Bern 

New Bern 

Fayetteville 1955 

New Bern 1957 

New Bern 1957 

Wilson 1958 

New Bern 1957 

Roanoke, Va. 

Greenville 1956 

New Bern 1957 

Wilson 1958 

New Bern 1957 

Fayetteville 1955 

New Bern 1957 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Greenville 

New Bern 

New Bern 

Wilson 

Greenville 

Wilson 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Wilson 

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Durham 

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New Bern 

New Bern 

Wilson 

New Bern 

Durham 

Asheville 

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New Bern 

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Robin J. Scroggs | 2 

Charles A. Simonton, Jr. | 2 

Charles E. Sparks | 

James C. Stanford | 

Edward A. Stevens | 

Elbert R. Stott | 

Leo C. Thompson | 

Neil H. Thompson j 

Kenneth R. Townsend | 

Davis M. Tyson j 7 

James M. Waggoner | 1 

Joseph A. Wagnon | 

Franklin O.Walker | 1 

Herman N. Ward j 7 

James G. White | 

Paul H. Wragg | 1 



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APPROVED SUPPLY PASTORS 
'ROLL, STATUS, RECORD OF SERVICE: 
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Alphabetical Roll 
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In Conference 
Course of Study 



Yrs. credited 

toward Annuity 

Claim 



Lovell R. Aills 

Gordon E. Allen, Jr. __ 

Merle Amspacher 

Eugene J. Baker 

Danny W. Bertram 

Davis L. Bilberry 

Lester C. Bissett 

Robert S. Blake 

Robert R. Blankenhorn 

Ernest E. Boyd 

William H. Brady 

Richard Braunstein* __ 

Charles V. Bryant 

James H. Bryant 

Morris J. Byers 

Douglas Leon Byrd 

Clingman C. Capps 

W. P. Carlson 

John M. Carpenter 

Marion H. Carr, III ___ 

J. M. Carroll 

John F. Casey 

Robert B. Claytor 

John A. Cooper 

Zebulon V. Cowan 

Hyder P. Crawley 

William S. Davenport __ 

George A. Davis 

Jefferson W. Davis 

Robert M. Drew 

Edgar V. Dunn 

John Durkovitch 

William E. Eason 

Hal L. Edwards 

P. F. Pendt 

Roy L. Fireson 

Arthur M. Fisher 

John T. Fisher 

Prank W. Fortescue _. 

Robert G. Foster 

William R. Frost 

William N. Fulford __ 

J. Q. Galloway 

Marvin E. Gastor 

Henry E. Gibat 

Woodrow A. Giles 

J. C. Gilland 



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J. W. Griffin, Jr. 

Joseph J. Grimes 

William R. Hale 

R. C. Hamilton, Jr. 

Richard W. Harrington ___ 

Donald L. Harriss 

Alden Hemmingway 

Walter F. Herbert 

C. B. Hicks 

Clifton R. Hollowell 

Jean L. Hood 

Charles H. Hutchinson __. 

Olin B. Isenhour 

Wilbur A. Jarrett 

Thomas E. Jennings 

Hughling B. Jones 

Harold Jones 

James D. Jones 

Vassar W. Jones 

Jerry J. Juren 

G. M. Kelly 

S. T. Kimbrough, Jr. 

William R. King 

William E. Knight 

John W. Langley 

W. C. Lewis 

F. I. Lloyd 

Jackie Locklear 

Nash Locklear 

Allen E. Long 

J. D. Long 

Harvey Lowery 

James G. Lupton 

J. E. Mahoney 

William J. Martin 

Leonard E. Mayo 

Billy R. McCullen 

James G. McGowan 

Dan E. Meadows 

Robert L. Moore 

Samuel S. Moore 

Lewis H. Morgan 

Paul E. Moss, Jr. 

Wade A. Mullikin 

Wesley Noble 

Travis W. Owen 

Harley McCoy Owens 

Joseph Chapman Parker 

James B. Parvin 

Merrill G. Perkins 

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Name 
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Francis R. Randolph 

Austin C. Regan 

Max B. Richardson 

R. Dennis Ricks 

Henry E. Riley 

Orville H. Ripley 

R. N. Robertson . 

William D. Sabiston 

Stacy Selph 

L. R. Schmitz 

Lute A. Sherrill* 

J. C. Shore 

James M. Short 

Billy J. Shy 

James E. Smith _ 

John T. Smith 

Walter E. Smith 

Rufus M. Smithson, Jr. 

Stanley S. Snead 

James G. Snypes 

Leon R. Sparrow 

Russell G. Spence 

William D. Stone 

Russell F. Streetman* 

R. Clifton Sumney 

David E. Sutton 

James E. Sutton 

George Alfred Tanner 

Wilbur C. Teachey 

Bobby P. Tyson 

Gerald M. Vaiden, Jr 

Tracie Varnum 

Charles E. Vause _._ 

John D. Vernelson 

Walter P. Weaver 

J. Rue Wesley 

Thaddeus C. West, Jr. 

Thomas N. White 

James A. Williams 

Oscar S. Williams 

H. T. Wilson 

Kenneth E. Wilson 

Leonard T. Wilson 

Arthur W. Winstead 

Wilford D. Wise 

John E. Wood 

Samuel L. Wood 

William E. Worley 

Jack B. Yarborough 

Chandis A. Young 

Total No. 149 

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50 North Carolina Annual Conference 

LOCAL PREACHERS— 1958-1959 

"D" stands for Deacon, "E" for Elder, "L" for Licensed. 

BURLINGTON DISTRICT 

Bell, E. B., (L) Robbins, N. C. 
Biggerstaff, John Deighl, (L) Burlington, N. C. 
Biggerstaff, James Neighl, (L) Burlington, N. C. 
Christian, Bernard Claude, (L) Sanford, N. C. 
Hodges, Ralph F., (L) Burlington, N. C. 
Joyner, Belton, (L) Siler City, N. C. 
Loftis, Thomas Edgar, (L) Mebane, N. C. 
Lloyd, Phillip Folger, (L) Sanford, N. C. 
Mann, John L., (L) Sanford, N. C. 
Marshall, Lacy H., (L) Burlington, N. C. 
McCarter, William Ronald, (L) Burlington, N. C. 
McAnulty, John Wallace, (L) Robbins, N. C. 
Wachs, William Ronald, (L) Pittsboro, N. C. 
Yarborough, Dewey Leonard, (L) Sanford, N. C. 

DURHAM DISTRICT 

Bailey, Ruby May, (D) 2310 University Drive, Durham 

Barbour, Marvin Lindsay, (L) Carrboro 

Baum, William Oscar, (L) University of N. C, Chapel Hill 

Garden, Billy McCoy, (L) 1116 Park Ave., Durham 

Carr, Gabriel Paul, Jr., (L) Hillsboro 

Cooke, George Waylon, (L) 906 E. Trinity Ave., Durham 

Glass, Laurel Ellen, (L) 1709 Maryland Ave., Durham 

Glosson, Charles Edward, (L) Carrboro 

King, Julia Ord, (L) 912 Anderson St., Durham 

Loftin, Floyd F., (D) 304 S. Dillard St., Durham 

Ray, Samuel Teague, (L) Carrboro 

Ridout, Edward Martin, (L) 403 Edwards St., Durham 

Robbins, Lonnie Enos, (L) 823 Sixth St., Durham 

Thompson, Robert Murphy, (L) Stem 

Tynan, James Francis, Sr., (L) NAS Trailer Park A-5, Quonset Point, R. I. 

Warren, James Ivey, (L) P. O. Box 593, Roxboro 

Young, Robert Terry, (L) 116 Newell St., Durham 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT 

Berry, Marlin Scheneck, (L) Swan Quarter 

Bingham, Lois C, (L) Shiloh, N. C. 

Cherry, Corban Lee, (L) Hertford 

Felton, Carlton H., (L) Hertford 

Harrell, Herbert, (L) Elizabeth City 

Jolliff, J. R., (L) Belvedere 

Nicholson, W. S., (D) P. O. Box 201 Guilford College 

Olson, C. R., (L) Manteo, N. C. 

Saunders, Mrs. Charles, (L) RFD 4, Elizabeth City 

Stowe, Rowland, (L) Hatteras 

Singleton, G. M., (L) Washington, N. C. 

Woodley, W. C, (L) Creswell 



Journal of Proceedings 51 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 

Ballance, Miss Ethelynde, (L) Route 3, Rockingham, N. C. 

Bowen, Gary O'Brien, (L) Star, N. C. 

Chandler, George P., (L) Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. 

Carpenter, John Marion, (L) Aberdeen, N. C. 

Davis, David Ellis, (L) Fayetteville, N. C. 

Daniels, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, (L) Fayetteville, N. C. 

Haney, Roy Earl, (L) Gibson, S. C. 

Jones, Thomas Clarence, (L) Lumber Bridge, N. C. 

Langley, John Wesley, (L) Rockingham, N. C. 

Nance, Sherwood, (L) Troy, N. C. 

Piner, C. G., (L) Route 6, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Thompson, Albert Ervyne, (L) Hamlet, N. C. 

Thompson, James Frederick, Jr., (L) Laurinburg, N. C. 

GOLDSBORO DISTRICT 

Baker, Eugene Johnson, (L) Four Oaks, N. C. 
Brock, Leon, (L) Clinton, N. C. 
Coile, James Henry, (L) LaGrange, N. C. 
Cording, Richard Arnold, (L) Wallace, N. C. 
Fouts, Mrs. D. L., (D) Mt. Olive, N. C. 
Fulghum, Emmett Jackson, (L) Mt. Olive, N. C. 
Ingram, Douglas, (L) Princeton, N. C. 
Lewis, Leon, Jr., (L) Pikeville, N. C. 
Petty, Bernard, (L) Rose Hill, N. C. 
Richardson, W. B., (L) Kenly, N. C. 
Savarese, Ralph, (L) Goldsboro, N. C. 
Smith, Royce Eugene, (L) Goldsboro, N. C. 
Wiggins, Durwood Franklin, (L) Goldsboro, N. C. 

NEW BERN DISTRICT 

Andrews, John Cleveland, Saint James Methodist Church, Greenville, N. C. 

Bray, Lloyd Jones, Jr., Jarvis Memorial Methodist Church, Greenville, N. C. 

Conner, Patrick Duane, First Methodist Church, Morehead City 

Conner, Dr. Charles David, Cherry Point Methodist Church, Havelock 

Edwards, Ormond Kemp, Ayden 

Johnson, C. A. (Deacon) Straits 

Jackson, Wilbur Ivan, Ayden 

Peterson, Jather Luby, Jr., Vanceboro 

Rouse, Benjamin Charles, Queen Street Church, Kinston 

Smith, Haskell William, Ayden 

Stanton, Howard Francis, 610 Greenmead Drive, Kinston 

Wall, Ivey James, Jr., Rt. 2, Ayden 

Woodworth, Douglas Richard, 313 N. Pitt St., Ayden 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 

Edwards, Frazier McLean, (L) 505 Monthem Avenue, High Point, N. C. 

Hester, Marcus Baxter, (L) Rt. 4, Raleigh, Trinity Q. C. 

House, Marietta Tyson, (L) Mamers, N. C. 

Lewis, Johnnie Murrell, (L) 302 S. Main St., Henderson 

Lewis, Richard Arthur, (L) 3016 Farrior Road, Raleigh, N. C. 

McAdams, Charles Kenneth, (L) 2223 Shannon St., Raleigh, N. C. 



52 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Ponder, Reginald Wallace, (L) 805 Brooks Avenue, Raleigh, N. C. 
Schwartz, Philip, (E) 2222 Creston Rd., Raleigh, N. C. 
Williams, Robert Strange, (L) Rt. 1, Erwin, N. C. 
Matthews, G. R., (L) Louisburg College, Louisburg, N. C. 

ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 

Anderson, Samuel Wyndham, (L) Box 638, University Richmond, Richmond, Va. 
Bradshaw, Francis Connor, (L) Box 5010, Duke University, Durham, N. C. 
Cameron, Hugh Harris, (L) 729 Monroe St., Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Edmundson, Haywood Ernest, (L) 529 N. Mercer St., Rocky Mount, N. C. 

(High Point College) 
Fulford, Robert Lyman, (L) R-2, Farmville, N. C. 
Harrell, Howard Braxton, (L) Hamilton, N. C. (Pfeiffer College) 
Harrell, John William, (L) RFD, Pinetops, N. C. 

Hemmerle, John Edward, (L) 812 S. Franklin St., Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Owens, Adolph Coley, (L) 300 Lillian Rd., Wilson, N. C. 

Atlantic Christian College 
White, John Hezekiah, (L) R-l , Windsor, N. C. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT 

Bullard, J. P., (L) Pembroke, N. C. 
Crutchfield, Kenneth, (L) High Point College 
Cummings, Oscar, (L) Pembroke, N. C. 
Hawthorne, Mark, (L) Wake Forest College 
Helms, Glenn, (L) Elizabethtown, N. C. 
Maultsby, Dan B., (L) Wofford College 
Maultsby, Don M., (L) Wofford College 
Porter, James W., (L) Pfeiffer College 
Sellers, Donald M., (L) High Point College 
White, T. L., (L) Lumberton, N. C. 

.Total No. 112 



Journal of Proceedings 53 

CLASSES IN CONFERENCE COURSE OF STUDY 

I. IN STUDIES OF THE FIRST YEAR 

A. Preachers in Full Connection: None 

B. Preachers on Trial 

*Lee Allen Phillips (D) 

C. Approved Supply Pastors 

Merle Amspacher, Eugene Baker, William H. Brady, Charles V. Bryant, 
John Frank Casey, George A. Davis, Jefferson Woodrow Davis, Frank W. 
Fortescue, Marvin Edward Gaster, William Robert Hale, Walter Frederick 
Herbert, C. B. Hicks, Clifton R. Hollowell, Jerry Jay Juren, John Wesley Langley, 
W. C. Lewis, Nash Locklear, Harvey Lowery, James Glenn Lupton, J. E. Ma- 
honey, James Gerald McGowan, Paul Elliot Moss, Wade Allen Mullikin, Wesley 
Noble, Harley McCoy Owens, R. Dennis Ricks. J. C. Shore, James Millard Short, 
James Edward Smith, John Thomas Smith, Walter Everett Smith, Rufus Edward 
Smithson, James Grayson Snipes, Russell G. Spence, "Stanley Stewart Snead (E), 
David Earl Sutton, James Earl Sutton, Bobby Powell Tyson, Arthur William 
Winstead, John Daniel Vernelson, Thaddeus Clifton West, Jr., Thomas Nasseau 
White, Oscar Shelton Williams, H. T. Wilson. Kenneth Ervin Wilson, *Samuel Lee 
Wood (E), William E. Worley, Jack B. Yarborough. 
'Orders Recognized 



II. IN STUDIES OF THE SECOND YEAR 

A. Preachers in Full Connection: None 

B. Preachers on Trial 

Clarence Renneker Breedin, Max Wade Dulin, Neal Howard Thompson, 
James Graham White. 

C. Approved Supply Pastors 

Lester Cefare Bissett, Robert Spencer Blake, James Hilary Bryant, James 
David Jones, William Robert Kins, Leonard Truman Wilson. 



HI. IN STUDIES OF THE THIRD YEAR 

A. Preachers in Full Connection 

Wilfong Waldorn Clarke, Jr. (D), Samuel Gordon Dodson, Jr. (D) 

B. Preachers on Trial 

Robert Abner McLean 

C. Approved Supply Pastors 

Hal Lamar Edwards, William Robert Frost (D), William Nelson Fulford (D). 
Henry Edward Gibat (D), Leonard Edward Mayo (D), Billy Rudolph Mc- 
Cullen (D), Travis W. Owen, Leon Ray Sparrow (D), Tracie Varnum (D), Charles 
Edward Vause (D), James A. Williams (D). 



54 North Carolina Annual Conference 

IV. IN STUDIES OF THE FOURTH YEAR 

A. Preachers in Full Connection 

*Irving Cook (E), James Russell Hailey, Harvey Bynum Johnson. 

B. Preachers on Trial 

*William Frank Medlin (E), *Virgil Nathanael Moore (E), Paul Batteau 
Scott, Jr. (E), Claude Lillen Barrett, Jr. (D), *David Meade Bercaw (D), Robert 
Francis Bundy (D), Carl Reed Calloway (D), Lawrence Amon Green (D), Holland 
Luther Hale (D), *Rudolph Hart Hodge (D), Charles Hall Mewborn (E), *William 
Edward Pickett (D), Harvey Worth Pierce (D), * Horace Gilbert Quigley (D), 
Joseph Allen Wagnon. 

C. Approved Supply Pastors 

Robert Richard Blankenhorn (D), Edgar Vernon Dunn (D), Joseph Junior 
Grimes (D), Hughling Brockway Jones (D), Vassal- Wilson Jones (D), Samuel 
Street Moore (D), Wilbur Caroll Teachey (D). 
* Orders Recognized 

V. IN THE GRADUATE COURSE OF STUDY 

A. First Year 

William Oliver Conner (E), Robert Marriner Gradeless (D), David Morrill 
Tyson (D), Herman Nathan Ward (D). 

B. Second Year: None 



Journal of Proceedings 55 

CONFERENCE DIRECTORY 1958-59 

NOTE: This is a general, unclassified Directory, alphabetically arranged. It includes 
all members of the Conference, Effective, Retired, and Approved Supply Pastors 
under Appointment. 

For other listings see Section II. 

1. Chronological Roll of Ministerial Members of the Conference. 

2. Preachers On Trial. 

3. Retired Preachers. 

4. Approved Supply Pastors. 



PRESIDING BISHOP 

Garber, Bishop Paul N., 404 Methodist Building, Richmond, Virginia 
Office Telephone MI 3-6976 — Residence Telephone EL 9-5929 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Peele, Bishop W. Walter, Laurinburg, N. C. 
Marshall, Dr. R. P., Greensboro, N. C. 

Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Aills, L. R., Lucama, Lucama-Selma Chapel 

Aitken, L. A., Manteo, Manteo S. 9-J H. 9-W 

Alexander, Gayle T., Route 2, Mebane, Orange LO 3-5459 

Alexander, J. C, Jr., 2928 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, Student 

Duke Divinity School 7-9692 

Allen, Gordon A., Rt. 1, Goldsboro, Falling Creek-Providence 1987-WI 

Allen, J. L., Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, Professor, 

Perkins School of Theology 

Amon, W. E., 124 Circle Court, Fayetteville, Johnson Memorial HE 2-8887 

Amspacker, M. S., Box 293, Warrenton, Warren 3766 

Anderson, W. K., Chaplain U. S. Army 

Andrews, C. J., Ahoskie, Ahoskie S. 2203 H. 3738 

Armstrong, E. P., Rt. 1, Clarendon, Waccamaw 3766 

Ashmore, H. R., Box 86, St. Pauls, St. Pauls 2656 

Atwater, W. Eastwood, Jr., 1156 E. 57th St., Chicago 37, 111., Student, 

University of Chicago 

Auman, J. A.. Hertford, First 5191 

Autry, J. D. A., Box 627, Hamlet, First S. 122 H. 934 

Aycock, J. D., Box 224, Ellerbe, Ellerbe S. 2576 H. 2571 

Bailey, James H, Elm City, Elm City 5986 

Baker, Randall, Haw River, Haw River S. CA 7-2418 H. CA 7-4085 

Baldridge, Robert, Red Oak, Red Oak 6-9782 

Ball, Walter C, 803 Sycamore St., Rocky Mount, District Superintendent _„ 2-3022 
Bame, R. L., Box 1 135, Southern Pines, Southern Pines S. OF 2-8164 H. OF 5-4734 

Barbee, C. W., Bethel, Bethel S. 4312 H. 4311 

Barclift, C. D., 1002 W. Knox St., Durham, District Superintendent 8-1174 

Barefield, Robert S., Baptist Hospital, Winston-Salem, Student 



56 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Barnes, A. S., 3 Maiden Lane, Raleigh, Retired TE 2-7629 

Barrett, Claude L., Littleton, Littleton 4411 

Barrett, T. L, Zebulon, Zebulon AN 95381 

Barrs, W. K., 42nd Ave. & Clement St., San Francisco, 21 Calif., 

Chaplain, Veterans Administration 

Bartak, J. P., Wien, XVIII, Colloredogasse, 2211, Austria, Europe, 

Missionary to Austria 

Bass, W. N., Rt. 2, Box 399X, New Bern, Beech Grove ME 7-9211 

Baum, H. B., Norlina, Norlina 2581 

Beane, K. E., Swepsonville, Swepsonville CA 6-4123 

Bedsworth, E. J., Rt. 2, Vanceboro, Vanceboro Circuit CH 4-3247 

Benson, W. C, Wallace, Retired 

Bercaw, C. M., 124 Parker St.. Henderson, Henderson — City Road 7432 

Bideaux, Rene O., Rt. 1, Jackson Springs, Sandhill Circuit Candor 2234 

Bilberry, D. L., Box 23, Mt. Gilead, Mount Gilead Circuit 3061 

Bingham, B. E., Shiloh, South Camden 5051 

Bishop, W. W.. Box 277, Yanceyville, Yanceyville Owen 42643 

Bissette, L. C, 209 W. Ehringhaus, Elizabeth City, Pasquotank 7158 

Bizzell, H. A., Jr., Box 10142, Raleigh, Raleigh-St. Mark's TE 26741 

Black, B. C, 205 E. Maynard St., Durham, Asst. to Chaplain, 

N. C. State Hospital 9-6891 

Blankenhorn, R. R., Rt. 1, Cove City, Asbury ME 7-9624 

Blount, G. W., 2614 Cooleemee Dr., Raleigh, Raleigh— Wesley Mem. ....TE 42031 

Blue, John R., 1308 Stansfield Dr., Fayetteville, Bonnie Doone HU 4-2406 

Boggs, Clyde S., Box 244, Clinton, First S. 2710 H. 2035 

Boone, B. F., Fairmont, Retired 

Boone, D. C, Moncure, Moncure Kingswood 2-3915 

Boone, J. J., 923 Eighth St., Durham, Retired 8-1922 

Boone, Paul W., Box 126, Dublin, Dublin 2536 

Boone, S. G., Wendell, Wendell FO 59281 

Bostick, J. K., 1 120 Webb Ave., Burlington, Webb Avenue S. CA 7-3222 

H. CA 6-6233 

Boyd, E. E., Route 4, Lumley Rd., Durham, Bethesda 2-3290 

Bradley, D. G., 707 Hudson St., Durham, Professor, Duke University 4-6063 

Bradley, J. W., Route 6, Blue Ridge Rd., Raleigh, Retired TE 33447 

Bradshaw, R. W., 2000 Cedar St., Durham, Duke Memorial _L_S. 4-1091 H. 7-2210 

Brady, W. H., Aberdeen, Old Hundred Windsor 4-2505 

Brandenburg, Arthur, 1406 Kent St., Durham, Chaplain, Methodist 

Students, Duke University 7-6957 

Brandenburg, F. B., Box 147, Laurinburg, Caledonia CR 6-1415 

Brantley, Allen P., 503 Tarleton Ave., Burlington, District 

Superintendent CA 8- 1 846 

Braunstein, Richard, Whitakers, Whitakers 2621 

Breedin, C. R., Box 149B, Rt. 2, Elm City, Sandy Cross 6-9861 

Bridges, L. J., Box 506, Southport, Southport 2931 

Brodie, R. S., Scotland Neck, Scotland Neck 2791 

Brogan, W. G., 606 W. Club Blvd., Durham, Director, Children's Work 

Conference Board of Education S. 9-7746 H. 8-8395 

Brothers, L. C, Wake Forest, Wake Forest-Youngsville Export 53653 

Brown, A. E., Maury, Maury-Mt. Herman 2165 



Journal of Proceedings 57 

Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Brown, C. D., Box 324, Havelock— First S. GI 73541 H. GI 73763 

Brown, J. C. P., 1078 Stamper Rd., Fayetteville, Lyon Memorial HU 4-1245 

Brown, W. H., Jackson Springs, Retired 

Browning, Paul, Box 18, Wrightsville Beach, Wrightsville AL 6-3447 

Bryant, C. B., Broadway, Broadway SP 8-1473 

Bryant, J. H., Box 22, Stonewall, Stonewall Bayboro SH 5-2658 

Bundy, Robert, Swan Quarter. Swan Quarter 486 

Bunn, Paul G., Rt. 1, Box 157, Council, Carver's Creek MI 5-3423 

Byers, Morris J., Box 315, Creedmoor, Creedmoor 2-2181 

Byrd, A. D., Jr., Plymouth, Plymouth S. SW 32549 H. SW 32482 

Byrd, Douglas L.. Candor. Candor 3481 

Cade, W. A., 1609 Iredell Drive, Raleigh, Retired TE 39830 

Cahow, C. R., Greensboro College, Greensboro, Director Public Relations 

Calloway, C. R., Rt. 1, Kittrell, Granville Circuit Henderson 6978 

Cameron, A. M., Englehard, RFD, Mattamuskeet Eng. 150 

Capps, C. C, Pittsboro, Pittsboro Circuit Kingswood 2-403 1 

Carlson, W. P., 707 Louise Circle, Poplar Apts., Durham, 

Maybrook-Massey 8-239 1 

Carroll, J. M., Columbia. Columbia 2731 

Carruth, Paul, 3029 Lewis Farm Rd., Raleigh, Ex. Dir. Com. on Higher 

Education S. VA. 8-5431 H. VA. 85564 

Casey, J. F., Rt. 1, Box 81A, Newport, Midway-Bethlehem 

(Phone Hosea Parker, Swansboro) 

Cash, H. H., Box 183 Bridgeton, Bridgeton ME 7-5660 

Caudill, C. C, Box 149, Bldg. 60, Kelly Air Force Base, San Antonio, 

Texas, Chaplain U. S. Air Force 

Caudill. R. H., 307 Carolina Ave., Raleigh, Raleigh— Westover S. TE 20272 

H. TE 42170 

Caviness, W. D., 2524 Banner St.. Durham, St. Paul S. 2-6720 H. 9-4420 

Chaffin, J. C, Robbins, Robbins 3425 

Chambers, M. R., 2503 N. Duke St., Durham, Retired 4-0321 

Chaplin, A. L., 1810 Lakewood Ave., Durham, Lakewood S. 7-6227 H. 7-2216 

Charlton, D. W.. Enfield, Enfield 233-1 

Cheek, W. Hoyt, 202 Maple Dr., Rockingham, Glenwood-Trinity S. 6336 H. 5075 

Clarke, W. W., Jr., Box 216, Ocracoke, Ocracoke WA 8-421 1 

Claytor, R. B., Box 3, Butner, Butner Creedmoor 4-5605 

Clegg. E. R., RFD. Pittsboro, Retired I 

Clegg, W. L., 2011 Stone St., Raleigh, Raleigh— Hayes Barton S. TE 26435 

H. TE 33141 

Cline, John, Carthage, Retired 

Cline, J. M., 109 Chestnut Dr., Beaufort, Beaufort— Ann St., S. 2-3791 

H. 2-3326 
Coble, J. F., 2310 Cranford Rd., Durham, Supt. Methodist Retirement 

Homes, Inc. S. 8-7911 H. 7-5226 

Collins, T. A., 920 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh, Exec. Secretary Conf. 

Board of Missions — - TE 31253 

Commander, R. T., 1 103 W. Williams Circle, Elizabeth City, Riverside ... S. 4549 

H. 5947 
Connor, W. O., Salemburg, Salemburg 



58 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Cook, Irving E., South Mills, South Mills 8435 

Cooper, J. A., Newton Grove, Newton Grove 836 

Cotton, W. B., Box 355, Richlands, Richlands 3226 

Couch, Leon, 704 E. Walnut St., Goldsboro, St. Paul RE 4-2965 RE 4-3154 

Cowan, E. G., Sr., Route 1, Box 88A, Pittsboro, Retired 

Cowan, Z. V., 735 Clark Street, Rocky Mount, Rocky Mount-Clark St 6-5522 

Cranford, J. D., 1303 N. Church St., Burlington, Retired 

Crawford, E. C, Rt. 1, Fayetteville, Salem HE 3-0764 

Crawford, Van T., LaGrange, LaGrange S. 3951 H. 3956 

Crawley, H. F., Bell Arthur, Wesley Memorial Greenville 6463 

Creech, C. McGee, Rt. 4, Goldsboro, Goldsboro Ct 2879-W 

Critcher, B. D., 410 W. Divine St., Dunn, Dunn S. 2339 H. 2386 

Crossno, R. L., 110 Bryan St., Havelock, Havelock — Cherry Point 7-3945 

Crow, W. A., Warrenton, Warrenton S. 3307 H. 3301 

Crowder, W. R., Hookerton, Hookerton-Rainbow 2243 

Crum, J. H., 107 Shepherd St., Raleigh, Wynnewood Park S. TE-39394 

H. TE-26221 

Crutchfield, G. W., 503 N. Road St., Elizabeth City, City Road S. 2658 

H. 2515 

Culbreth, Frank, Rt. 2, Box 37, Fayetteville, Retired 

Cummings, S. F., Pembroke, Prospect J A 1-4472 

Cunningham, M. Earl, 4020 Sunnybrook Drive, Nashville 5, Tenn., 

Director Leadership Education S. BR 7-6400 

Cushman, R. E., 130 Pinecrest Rd., Durham, Professor, Duke 

Divinity School 7-6489 

Cuthrell, H. G., Maxton, Retired 



Davenport, W. S., Jamesville, Jamesville SW 2-3905 

Davidson, B. L., Cary, Cary S. HO-72212 H. HO-79290 

Davis, George A., White Oak, Bladen UN-6-3167 

Davis, H. Fred, Fair Bluff, Fair Bluff 61 

Davis, H. L., Box 206, Elizabethtown, Elizabethtown S. 3706 H. 3654 

Davis, Jefferson, High Falls, Glendon Juniper 1-4361 

Dawsey, C. B., Jr., Missionary to Brazil 

Dawson, R. Grady, First Methodist Church, Wilson, Wilson — First S. 3728 

H. 2046 

Dawson, W. L., Rt. 3, Laurinburg, Retired 

Desrosiers, N. A., Box 402, Carrboro, Walnut Grove Chapel Hill 9-5101 

Dicks, R. L., 2308 Prince St., Durham, Professor, Duke Divinity School _____ 7-2275 

Dillman, L. A., Box 205, Trenton, Trenton 286-1 

Dimmette, J. W., Box 212, Cary, Retired HO 79530 

Dodd, E. D., Fuquay Springs, Retired 

Dodson, S. G., Jr., Radford College, Radford, Va., Director, Wesley Foundation 

Drew, Robert, Rt. 1, Bolton, Bolton GL 2-3325 

Dulin, M. W., Rt. 2, Box 420C, Roanoke Rapids, Hawkin-Tabor 7-2368 

Dunn, C. H., Clayton, Clayton Walnut 26446 

Dunn, E. V., Good Shepherd Home, Lake Waccamaw, Old Dock 2551 

Dunn, M. C, 1915 Market Street, Wilmington, Trinity S. RO-2-5727 

H. RO-2-7709 



Journal of Proceedings 59 

Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Duplissey, F. J., P. O. Box 853, Spring Lake. Spring Lake HY 7-0479 

Durham, E. C, 1316 Mordecai Dr., Raleigh, Retired TE 29542 

Durhovich, John, Bonlee, Bonlee (Siler City) Lyric 7~-3742 

Duval, K. F., 1004 Buchanan Blvd., Durham, Retired 8-7402 

Eakin, Charles F., Rt. 2, Leland, Town Creek CL 3-6127 

Early, J. V., 221 N. 4th St., Wilmington, Grace „_S. RO-3-5198 H. RO-2-6409 
Earnhardt, D. E., 2610 Duke Homestead Rd., Durham, McMannen Chapel 8-6036 

Earnhardt, E. L., 1219 North Drive, Goldsboro, Jefferson 3174-M 

Eason, R. H., Box 335, Ayden, Ayden S. 390-1 H. 430-7 

Eason, W. Everett, 318 E. 12th St., Washington, Washington Ct WH 6-4382 

Edens, A. C, Jr., Chaplain U. S. Army 

Edens. N. P., P. O. Box 235, Laurel Hill, Laurel Hill _ZZL_ S. HO-2-3655 

H. HO-2-2215 

Edmond, E. E., Box 483, Maxton, St. Pauls S. 103 

Edwards, E. B., Four Oaks, Four Oaks 3646 

Edwards, Hal L., Jr., Rt. 2, Princeton, New Hope Ct (Goldsboro) 1960-J I 

Edwards, J. Paul, Box 246, Troy, Troy S. 4186 H. 4181 

Elkins, O. V., 601 N. Hyde Park Ave., Durham, Branson _.S. 2-2900 H. 3-4042 

Ellis, W. M., Garland, Garland 202 

Epperson, J. S., 12 Crist Apts., Jacksonville, Jacksonville— North woods ... 

Epps, R. I., Box 365, Grifton, Grifton LA 4-5096 

Eubank, G. S., 1913 Reid St., Raleigh. District Superintendent TE 2-6988 

Ewing, H. C, Box 417, Rockingham, Retired 

Farrar, W. G., Route 4, Raleigh, Retired TE 23416 

Fendt, Paul F., Walstonburg, Walstonburg-Tabernacle 2192 

Feltman, W. C, 508 Person St., Fayetteville, Person St S. HE-3-2710 

H. HE-23708 

Fields, P. H., 1400 Spring Garden St., Greensboro, Retired BR 27253 

Fisher, A. F., 302 Hillsboro St., Franklinton, Franklinton 4301 

Fisher, A. Mickey, 18-A Williams Circle, Chapel Hill, Amity ... 8-6637 

Fisher, E. B., 333 W. Front St., Burlington, Front St S. CA-6-0620 

H. CA-6-0738 

Fisher, J. T., Salter Path, Salter Path 

Fitts, R. N., 207 Grove St., Oxford, Retired IZIZZ_3440 

Fitzgerald, F. O., Murfreesboro, Murfreesboro 2111 

Fleming, R. L., Jr., Box 472, Newport, Newport 222-6 

Fletcher, M. O., Washington, Retired WH 6-2739 

Folds, A. R., 3602 Winston Blvd., Wilmington, Devon Park RO 2-0618 

Fortescue, Frank W., Tyner, Chowan Center Hill 3911 

Foster, Robert G., Rt. 2, Box 230, Kinston 

Fouts, Dwight L., Mt. Olive, First Church ... S. 3169 H. 2637 

Fowlkes, R. E., Box 212, West End, West End ... ... S. 2512 H. 2621 

Frazier, H. C, 1302 Wiladonna Dr., LaCanada, California 

Freeman, W. J., Leland, Retired 

Freeman, W. L., Sanford, Jonesboro Heights S. SP-2-4661 H. SP-2-4662 

Frierson, L. R., Mamers, Spring Hill Lillington 2123 

Frost, Robert W., Grandy, Currituck Coinjock 3963 



60 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Fulcher, R. Rodney, Princeton University, Princeton, N. J., Student 

Fulcher, T. O., 206 Ryan St., Durham, Aldersgate S. 3-2935 H. 2-2386 

Fulford, W. N., RFD 4, Elizabeth City, Union 4020 



Galloway, J. Q., Battleboro, Battleboro 6-8804 

Gardner, M. R., Selma, Selma WO 5-2054 

Garland, R. E., Saxapahaw, Saxapahaw CA 6-9987 

Garlington, J. E., 1516 Market St., Wilmington, District Superintendent „ 3-49987 

Garris, H. S., Pittsboro, Pittsboro Kingswood 2-3871 

Gaster, Marvin, RFD 8, Sanford, Sanford Circuit SP 3-3221 

Gibbons, Robert H., Jr., Wesley Theological Seminary, American University 

Washington, D. C, Student 

Gibson, Robert S., 421 Howard St., Boone, Director, Wesley Foundation, 

Appalachian State Teacher's College 

Giles, W. A., Box 45, Timberlake, Mt. Tirzah Roxboro 4198 

Gilland, J. C, Rt. 1, Siler City, Silk Hope 840-W-4 

Gitlin, E. M., Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, 

Professor Perkins School of Theology 

Glass, H. I., Lake Junaluska, Retired 

Glass, J. C, Jr., Box 225, Raleigh, Raleigh— Layden Memorial TE 23795 

Glover, Murrell K., Pink Hill, Student, U. N. C 

Goldston, C. Wade, Louisburg College, Louisburg, Professor 8876 

Goodwin, D. T., Avon, Kennakeet 

Goodwin, J. W., Missionary to Brazil 

Gore, A. N., Jr., Winfall, Perquimans Hertford 3744 

Gradeless, R. M., Hubert, Hubert Jacksonville 7017 

Grant, N. W., 117 Brooks Ave., Raleigh, Raleigh— Fairmont S. TE 23316 

H. TE-22403 
Gray, A. D. L., Oxford Orphanage, Oxford, Supt. Oxford Masonic Orphanage 

Green, L. A., Box 354, Oriental, Oriental CH 9-3661 

Greene, W. T., Box 2, Hallsboro, Hallsboro 2691 

Gregory, W. B., Rt. 3, Whiteville, Whiteville Circuit 

Griffis, J. W., Jr., Harrells, Harrells 

Grill, C. F., Box 178, Burgaw, Burgaw 185 

Grimes, J. J., Box 116, Grimesland, Grimesland Greenville 6594 

Guthrie, C. W., Wanchese, Retired 248-W3 



Hailey, J. R., Methodist Retirement Home, Durham, Student, Duke 

University Divinity School 8-7911 

Hale, Holland L., Route 4, Rockingham, West Rockingham 3135 

Hale, W. R., Sea Level, Sea Level 

Hall, E. M., 415 Morrison St., Raleigh, Retired TE 26401 

Hall, L. M., 1008 W. Knox St., Durham, Retired 8-2334 

Hamilton, James W., Norman, Norman Ellerbe 3139 

Hamilton, R. C, Jr., 516 French Ave., Lumberton, Asbury RE 9-4185 

Harmon, J. C, 710 Hinsdale St., Raleigh, Retired 

Harrell, H. L., Pink Hill, Pink Hill LO 8-4756 

Harrington, R. W., Rt. 1, Maysville, Pollocksville PI 3-3041 

Harris, Don L., Garysburg, Spring Church-Garysburg Weldon 9-5988 



Journal of Proceedings 61 

Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Harris, H. L., Rt. 1, Box 94, Pelham, Cobb Circuit (Danville, Va.) 

GatewoodEx 8-2489 

Harrison, R. S., 1700 Ft. Bragg Rd., Fayetteville, Haymount S. HU 4-9464 

H. HU 4-6619 

Hathaway, O. L., Box 3246, Fayetteville, District Superintendent HE 2-4934 

Hayman, L. D., Southport, Yaupon Village GL 7-4733 

Heath, C. Freeman, Box 662, Elizabeth City, District Superintendent 2415 

Hedden, F. D., 1608 Pineview St., Raleigh, Crusade Director, Div. 

of National Missions TE 40431 

Hemingway, Alden, Box 57, Bolivia, Bethel 

Henderson, M. C, East Rockingham, East Rockingham 4587 

Herbert, J. F., 712 Bridges St., Morehead City, Morehead City: First ..... S. 6-3451 

H. 6-4055 

Hethcox, R. L., Clayton, Retired 

Hicks, C. B., 104 Middle St., Louisburg, Piney Grove-Mt. Carmel __ Gipsy 64170 

Hill, A. P., Jr., 205 S. 46th St., Wilmington, Wesley Memorial S. RO 3-3273 

H. RO 2-3562 

Hill, N. B., Jr., Robersonville, Robersonville 4621 

Hillman, E. L., 816 Buchanan Blvd., Durham, Retired 8-5886 

Hirschi, C. F., Box 96, Benson, Benson 5851 

Hix, C. E., Jr., Central College, Fayette, Mo., Professor, Central College 

Hobbs, A. Jarvis, Box 187, New Bern, District Superintendent ME 7-4600 

Hodge, R. H., 301 Fenton St., Raleigh, Millbrook S. TE 21614 

H. TE 21517 

Hodgin, H. H., Leasburg, Leasburg 

Hollowell, C. R., Micro, Micro 3134 

Holt, D. D., Box 871, Nashville, Tenn., Associate Director, General 
Conference Commission on Christian Higher Education 

Hood, J. L., Rt. 1, Goldsboro, Wayne 1987-M20 

Hough, T. B., P. O. Box 1032, Lumberton, Chestnut Street S. 9-3304 

H. 9-4531 

House, T. H., Mamers, Mamers Lillington 2123 

Houston, H. W., Gainesville, Fla., Professor, Univ. of Florida 

Howard, W. E., Box 487, Carthage, Carthage Whitney 7-2472 

Howard, W. M., Jr., 605 E. 10th St., Greenville, Greenville: Jarvis Mem. ___S. 2094 

H. 2649 

Hoyle, J. W., 2347 Huron St., Durham, Retired 7-7882 

Hubbard, C. S., Box 728, Chapel Hill, University Church S. 6286 H. 8-7601 

Hurley, B. T., Box 652, Red Springs, Retired 4966 

Hurley, J. Bascom, Apex, Retired 

Husted, M. L., 889 Louise Circle, Poplar Apts., Durham, St. John S. 8-1644 

H. 83290 
Hutchinson, Charles H., Box 248, Troy, Troy Circuit 4761 

Ingram, O. K., 513 W. Church St., Elizabeth City, First S. 6284 H. 7292 

Isenhour, O. B., Siler City, Siler City Circuit S. SP 3-861 1 H. SP 4-5581 

Jackson, L. P., 210 Paul St., Rocky Mount, Rocky Mount: St. Paul 2-5487 

Jamieson, H. M., Box 52, Bailey, Bailey 2306 

Jarrett, W. A., Efland, Efland-Lebanon 5-2361 



62 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Jeffries, W. M., Marshallberg, Marshallberg PA 9-3422 

Jenkins, T. R., Box 444, Jacksonville, Jacksonville: Trinity S. 7772 H. 7547 

Jennings, T. E., Box 32, Ca-Vel, Roxboro: Ca-Vel Roxboro 6096 

Jerome, R. L., First Methodist Church, Roanoke Rapids, First S. 7-2173 

H. 7-4621 

Johnson, C. A., Box 695, Aberdeen, Aberdeen Windsor 4-1595 

Johnson, George, Rt. 2, Snow Camp, Rock Creek CA 7-4687 

Johnson, H. B., Box 187, Apex, Apex EL 43911 

Johnson, R. L., Box 676, Chapel Hill, Director, Wesley Foundation, 

U. N. C S. 2331 H. 9-6334 

Johnson, W. R., Route 3, Rockingham, Roberdell S. 6110 H. 3746 

Jones, Barney Lee, Rt. 1, Pickett Road, Durham, Asst. Dean, Trinity 

College, Duke University 7-85 19 

Jones, H. B., Box 185, Vanceboro, Vanceboro CH 4-5342 

Jones, H. C, 308 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh, Raleigh: Jenkins Mem. S. TE 25643 

H. TE 41938 

Jones, F. L., 1809 Pugh St., Fayetteville, Cumberland-St. Andrews HU 4-3618 

Jones, Harold, Hobgood, Hobgood Scotland Neck 8116 

Jones, J. D., Rt. 1, Box 47, Hope Mills, Faymont HE 2-7814 

Jones, N. L., 905 W. Harden St., Burlington, Trinity S. CA 7-5794 

H. CA 8-8291 

Jones, Vassar, Harrellsville, Harrellsville, Colerain 2194 

Jordan, R. H., Roseboro, Roseboro S. 3926 H. 3921 

Joyce, J. L., Box 173, Garner, Garner EM 29398 

Juren, Jerry J., Pine Level, Pine Level WO-5-2170 

Kelly, G. M., Stumpy Point, Dare 

Kimbrough, S. T., Jr., Hillsboro, Hillsboro 4704 

King, A. Kimsey, Jr., Box 552, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill: Aldersgate S. 8-6231 

H. 9-6509 

King, Hiram K., Box 10522, Raleigh, Director of Evangelism TE 4-4745 

King, W. R., Shallotte, Shallotte ..... PL 4-6550 

Kinlaw, D. F., Loudonville, N. Y., Pastor, Community Church 

Kinlaw, G. C, Gaston, Gaston Roanoke Rapids 7-4854 

Kinley, G. L., Box 166, Gibson, St. John-Gibson AM 8-2731 

Kirby, Wallace H., Fremont, Fremont S. 4931 H. 2286 

Knight, R. N., Gatesville, Gatesville 2651 

Knight, W. E., Stem, Stem-Bullock Creedmoor 2-2898 

Lancaster, A. S., Rt. 3, Box 190, Greenville, Salem 6096 

Lance, H. E., 2308 Guess Road, Durham, Retired 8-3386 

Landers, S. E., Princeton, Princeton 3871 

Lanning, J. H., 481 McBain Dr., Fayetteville, Christ Church S. HU 4-3340 

H. HU 4-8658 

Larkin, L. C, Mt. Gilead 4781 

Lawrence, M. W., 1014 Monmouth Ave.. Durham, Trinity . S. 4-8671 H. 6-2401 

Layfield, P. H., Jr., Tabor City, St. Paul S. 4041 H. 5551 

Leatherman, H. F., Rt. 2, Raleigh, Ebenezer TE 39139 

Lee, Allen C, Farmville, Farmville S. 3440 H. 3820 

Lee, P. O., Whiteville, Whiteville 3775 



Journal of Proceedings 63 

Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Lee, T. W., 811 Third St., Durham, Retired 8-5958 

Lewis, D. M., Atlantic, Atlantic CA 5-3167 

Lewis, H. B., Ill N. Driver Ave., Durham, Carr S. 1608 H. 725 

Lewis, L. A., Aurora, Aurora 8-3402 

Lewis, Ralph H., 1605 E. Pine St., St. Luke Goldsboro S. RE 4-3616 

H. RE 4-5019 

Lewis, Vance, Pinetops, Pinetops S. 3901 H. 2126 

Lewis, W. C, Rt. 1, Box 369, Wilmington, Scotts Hill RO 3-1424 

Lineberger, J. W., Box 871, New Bern, Centenary S. ME 7-5382 

H. ME 7-3282 
Little, B. B., 1908 Grand Ave., Nashville, Tenn., Associate Editor, 

The Upper Room 

Lloyd, F. I., Jr., Bynum, Bynum Pittsboro-Kingswood 2-3663 

Locklear, Jakie, Rt. 3, Maxton, Sandy Plains 

Locklear, Nash, Rt. 1, Pembroke, Pleasant Grove 

Long, A. E., Holly Springs, Holly Springs 6096 

Long, C. B., Parkton, Box 156, Parkton UL 8-3316 

Long, John D., Rt. 3, Enfield, West Halifaxx 

Long, J. O., Apex, Retired ._. .. EL 45201 

Lore, A. W., P. O. Box 223, Chadbourn, Chadbourn 3201 

Love, F. S., 1805 Wilshire Ave., Raleigh, Retired TE 3-9927 

Love, R. H., Route 2, Durham, Mt. Sylvan 9-9288 

Lowdermilk, W. P., 122 Dobbin Ave., Fayetteville, Culbreth HU 4-9617 

Lowry, D. F., Pembroke, Ashpole J A 1-4392 

Lowry, F. R., Pembroke, Retired 

Lowry, Harvey, Rt. 1, Rowland, Fairview-Hickory Grove 

Loy, W. L., Rowland, Retired Garden 2-3601 

Lupton, J. G., Rt. 2, Newport, Harlowe-Oak Grove (Call L. N. Conner, Rt. 2, 

Newport) 



Maides, J. T., 137 Lord Ashley Rd., Raleigh, Longview Gardens S. TE 47554 

H. VA 84772 

Maness, E. C, Fuquay Springs, Retired 465R 

Maness, M. W., Box 414, Fairmont, Fairmont 4341 

Maness, W. L., Rt. 1, Box 2A, Siler City, Retired SH 2-2771 

Mangum, Robert, Box 206, Pembroke. First Church JA 1-4366 

Manschreck, C. L., 2403 Prince St., Durham, Professor, Duke University ____7-6407 

Martin, W. C, Clayton, Retired WA 27183 

Martin, W. Jack, Box 74, Pinebluff, Pinebluff BU 1-3728 

Massey, L. S., 2821 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, Retired 7-4211 

Mayo, Leonard, Rt. 2, LaGrange, Beston-Bethel 2617 

Meacham, B. F., HG. 3625th, Combat Crew, AUG Wing, Tyndale Air 
Force Base, Fla. 

Meacham, W. F., Milton, Milton 2611 

Meadows, Dan E., Bath, Bath WA 3-6831 

Measamer, E. H., P. O. Box J., Aulander, Aulander 2366 

Medlin, W. F., RFD 3, Box 387-B, Elizabeth City, Newland-Grace 8362 

Meekins, E. R., Rt. 6, Burlington, Friendship CA 7-7733 

Megill, G. C, 1200 McDonald Ave., Hamlet, Fellowship 834 



64 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Melton, O. C, Margaret St., Clinton, Retired 

Mercer, C. H., Mebane, Mebane S. LO 3-4305 H. LO 3-4301 

Merritt, B. O., Cary, Retired 

Mewborn, C. H., Windsor, Windsor 4-2112 

Midgett, P. D., Ill, Forest Road, Oxford, Oxford Circuit 3123 

Miller, James H., Jr., Snow Hill, Snow Hill S. 360 H. 563 

Miller, J. H., 508 Everett Place, Durham, Calvary S. 9-7626 H. 9-3115 

Minnis, J. F., 501 Midland Ave., Sanford, Trinity SP 4-3235 

Minor, H. D., 2007 Cole Mill Rd., Durham, Director, Adult Work, Conference 

Board of Education S. 9-7746 H. 8-8642 

Mitchell, C. M., Seaboard, Seaboard 2526 

Moe, David L., 525 Durant Drive, Fayetteville, St. Matthews HU 4-6341 

Mooney, R. C, Jr., Williamston, Williamston 2-2802 

Moore, G. N., Pfeiffer College, Misenheimer, Director Public Relations 

Moore, R. F., Box 6, Maysville, Maysville PI 3-2441 

Moore, Robert L., Woodland, Woodland 

Moore, S. S., 1211 Arendall St., Morehead City, Franklin Memorial 6-4679 

Moore, V. N., Rt. 1, Box 512, Morehead City, Camp Glenn 6-5664 

Morgan, L. H., Coats, Coats 

Morris, C. P., (2323 Englewood Ave.), Box 6667, College Station, Durham, 

Executive Secretary, Conference Board of Education ._ S. 9-7746 H. 8-1463 
Moser, R. E. L., 730 N. Blount St., Raleigh, Trinity ... S. TE 21390 H. TE 37466 

Moss, Paul E., Jr., Box 173, Elizabeth City, Brite Meadows 8966 

Mullikin, Wade, Spring Hope, Nash Spring Hope 3471 

Munns, R. F., 2104 Pelham Road, Raleigh, Retired TE 2-1289 

Musser, Ben F., Nashville, Nashville 325-1 

Myers, H. E., 141 Pinecrest Rd., Durham, Retired 7-7867 

McCarver, C. G., Washington, First S. WH 6-3311 H. WH 6-2539 

McClung, A. F., Wallace, Wallace S. 52857 H. 52857 

McCoy, C. S., University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, Professor 

McCullen, B. R., Faison, Faison 2866 

McDonald, W. N., Louisburg College, Louisburg, N. C, Professor S. (College) 

Gipsy 64101 H. Gipsy 63757 

McKee, R. F., 1101 Meadows St., New Bern, Trinity S. ME 7-2660 

H. ME 7-5261 
McKenzie, G. R., Jr., D-9 Westover Apts., Durham, Director, Youth Work, 

Conference Board of Education S. 9-7746 H. 8-8363 

McLamb, H. M., Rt. 3, Goldsboro, District Superintendent 2172 

McLamb, McD., Robbins, Robbins Circuit Williams 8-2518 

McLean, R. A., Eureka, Eureka-Yelverton 4769 

McMillan, S. D., 705 Shepherd St., Durham, Student, Duke Divinity School 

3-5741 
McRae, W. V., Lake Junaluska, Retired GL 6-3107 

Neese, W. J., 405 S. Fifth Ave., Wilmington, Fifth Avenue S. RO 3-2621 

H. RO 2-7003 

Newsome, Jack L., 110 Ridgeway Dr., Wilmington, Epworth RO 3-6726 

Newton, Carl, Box 387, Clarkton, Clarkton 3211 

Newton, P. F., Weldon, Weldon 9-5461 



Journal of Proceedings 65 

Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Newton, R. Z., Rt. 2, Graham, Salem-Chapel 

Nickens, C. G., Kenansville, Duplin __ 2182 

Nicks, R. L., Methodist Home for Children, Raleigh, Superintendent S. TE 32834 

H. TE 27105 

Noble, Wesley, 117 S. 4th St., Wilmington, Riegelwood RO 2-9698 

Noblitt, F. B., Route 2, Marion, Retired 

Osborn, R. T., 216 Monmouth Ave., Durham, Professor, Duke University 9-4831 

Osteen, E. P., Box 13, Rocky Point, Rocky Point 

Overton, J. H., Jr., Lambeth College, Professor 

Owen, C. E., Missionary to Chile 

Owen, J. M., Ill, 413 E. 4th St., Greenville, St. James S. 6155 H. 4173 

Owen, Travis, Box 5, Pembroke, Pembroke Ct. 

Owens, H. M., Jr., Rt. 1, Dunn. Wesley Coharie 72504 

Page, J. W., P. O. Box 1225, Fayetteville, Hay Street S. HE 2-2343 

H. HE 2-2025 

Parker, A. S., Carrboro, Carrboro S. (Chapel Hill) 8-3681 H. 8-1931 

Parker, J. C, Box G, Dover, Dover JA 3-9223 

Parrish, J. H., Rowland, Rowland S. 3335 H. 3321 

Parrish, L. L., Rosemary Methodist Church, Roanoke Rapids, Rosemary 3902 

Parvin, James B., LaGrange, Institute 2546 

Pate, R. Bruce, 610 Larkspur Rd., Kinston, St. Mark S. J A 7-0537 

JA 7-1454 

Patten, Brooks, 1901 Ridge Rd.. Raleigh. Highland S. TE 45809 

H. TE 41887 

Patterson, F. M., Chaplain, United States Air Force 

Pearce, H. Worth, Gates, Gates 3479 

Pearsall, John, Rt. 1, Orrum, Bethesda Fairmont 6167 

Pegg, J. P., 1306 N. Pasteur St., New Bern, Riverside S. ME 7-3015 

H. ME 7-6386 

Perkins, Merrill, Bunn, Louisburg Circuit Gipsy 63977 

Petersen, R. H., Cedar Grove, Cedar Grove (Orange County) Efland 5-2292 

Petteway, W. B., 114 Church St., Henderson, Henderson— First S. 7164 

H. 4162 

Pettibon, W. C, Robbins, Robbins Circuit (Associate) 

Petty, D. A., Rose Hill, Rose Hill S. 3366 H. 351 1 

Pfister, John, Box 204 B., Snead's Ferry, Snead's Ferry-Verona 277 

Phillips, H. Arthur, Jr., Rt. 3, Roxboro, Allensville-Trinity 

Phillips, Lee A., 413 Carthage Road, Lumberton, Lumberton Ct. 

Phipps, W. T., 816 Arnette Ave., Durham, Retired 3-5033 

Pickett, W. E., Durant's Neck, New Hope-Woodland 3095 

Poe, J. R., Fuquay Springs, Fuquay Springs S. 272 H. 151 

Pollock, H. F., Rt. 2, Newton Grove, Goshen-Keener 820 

Poole, I. T., 1302 N. Duke St., Durham, Retired 8-5739 

Pope, Arnold, Rt. 2, Box 273 B, Roanoke Rapids, Smith, Roanoke Rapids 7-2033 

Porter, H. B., 1810 Avondale Drive, Durham, Retired 2-5014 

Porter, P. M., Hertford, Retired 2486 

Ports, George W., Jr., Route 3, Rockingham, Pee Dee 4516 

Potter, W. S., Sanford, Steele Street S. 3-4271 H. 3-1361 



66 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Poulk, R. M., Rt. 5, Goldsboro, Salem 3035-R 

Powell, H. P., 1543 Iredell Dr., Raleigh, Edenton Street S. TE 20160 

H. TE 20684 

Pritchard, R. W., 301 Sherman Dr., Fayetteville, Wesley Heights HE 2-4340 

Pullman, R. S., Emory University, Atlanta 22, Ga., Student, Candler School 

of Theology 

Purcell, E. G., Jr., Pikeville, Pikeville 2651 

Queen, V. E„ 2507 N. Duke St., Durham, Professor, Duke Divinity School 9-7392 

Quick, W. K., Box 83, Bahama, Bahama Durham 9-9534 

Quigley, H. G., Box 286, Richlands, Richlands Circuit 3547 

Randolph, F. R., 304 Coleman St., Oxford, Gray Rock 3047 

Reed, John E., Chaplain, U. S. Army 

Regan, A. C, 704 Edgecombe St., Tarboro, Hart-Speight 2483 

Regan, J. R., Route 2, Autryville, South River Clinton CH 7-2455 

Regan, J. R., Jr., The Methodist Board of Temperance, 100 Maryland Ave., 
N. E., Washington, D. C, Director, Dept. of Student Work, Gen. Bd. 

of Temperance 

Reid, D. J., 603 E. Davis St., Burlington, Davis St S. CA 6-4457 

H. CA 6-6663 

Reynolds, A. L., Box 31, Stedman, Cokesbury HE 3-1703 

Richardson, J. E., Edenton, Edenton 2289 

Richardson, Max B., Box 2177, East Rockingham, Grace-Community S. 6137 

H. 3367 

Rickards, J. P., Chaplain, U. S. Air Force 

Ricks, R. D., Jr., Moyock, Moyock 331 

Riley, Henry E., Jr., Rt. 1, Morrisville, Andrews-Soapstone Durham 5-4034 

Ripley, Orville H., Jr., Route 5, Box 426-A, Durham, Fletcher's Chapel 6-8203 

Robbins, C. W., Louisburg College, Louisburg, President Louisburg College _.._5581 

Robertson, R. N., Rt. 3, Chapel Hill, Merritt's-Ebenezer 8-3446 

Roettger, C. D., P. O. Box 662A, Carolina Beach, St. Paul GL 8-2372 

Rogers, H. L., Box 68, Cordova, Cordova 4836 

Ross, L. W., Macon, Macon Warrenton 8551 

Ruark, H. G., Laurinburg, Laurinburg S. CV 6-1952 H. CV 6-1939 

Rudin, J. J., II, 1017 Rosehill Ave., Durham, Professor, Duke Div. School 8-1944 
Russell, Leon, First Methodist Church, Rocky Mount, Rocky Mt. — First S. 6-4331 

H. 6-4517 
Russell, J. W., P. O. Box 327, Troy, Retired 

Sabiston, W. D., Ill, Stokes, Stokes 695 

Sales, R. H., 2411 Prince St., Durham, Professor, Duke University 7-6408 

Savell, Joel D., Box 2207, University Station, Gainesville, Fla., Resident Advisor, 

University of Florida 

Schmitz, L. H., Route 1, Hillsboro, New Sharon 

Scott, Paul B., Rt. 4, Raleigh, Macedonia TE 48338 

Scroggs, R. J., Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. Princeton University, 

Princeton, N. J., Student 

Seawell, W. A.. Longhurst, Roxboro: Grace-Longhurst Roxboro 4448 



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Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Selph, Stacy, Smithfield, Johnston 

Sexton, K. B., Box 595, Erwin, Erwin S. 4149 H. 3345 

Sharpe, D. M., 1004 Urban Ave., Durham, Retired 8-2134 

Sherman, W. W., Jr., 727 Garnett St., Henderson, Vance 3360 

Shirrell, Lute A., P. O. Box 817, Portsmouth, Va 

Shoaf, E. C, 2200 Guess Road, Durham, Minister of Education, Duke 

Memorial S. 5-5021 H. 8-4442 

Shore, J. C, Rt. 2, Graham, Union-Hebron CA 6-2626 

Short, J. M., Mt. Gilead, Pekin 3601 

Shuller, E. R., Box 102, Swansboro, Swansboro .. EA 6-4373 

Simonton, C. Alison, Jr., Rougemont, Rougemont Durham 9-9959 

Slaughter, B. B., 810 Second St., Durham, Retired 8-5966 

Smith, E. F., Missionary to Africa, Home Address: 1330 Harmon Ave., 

Winter Park Fla. 
Smith, Harmon L., 700 N. Graham-Hopedale Rd., Burlington, Grace _. CA 7-3153 

Smith, J. E., Rt. 2, Box 256, Newport, Beaufort Circuit 

Smith, J. L., Rt. 2, Box 134-C, Kannapolis 

Smith, J. T., Halifax, Halifax 2246 

Smith, Thomas, Rt. 1, Elm City, Temperance Hall 

Smith, Walter E., 1500 Ashford Ave., Fayetteville, Gardner HU 4-3367 

Smithson, M. Rufus, Creswell, Creswell 3766 

Smotherman, E. H., Rt. 3, Goldsboro, Daniels Memorial S. 2107-M 

H. 4028-XM 

Sneed, S. S., Kitty Hawk, Kitty Hawk ... 2651 

Sparks, C. E., Rt. 3, Raleigh, Garner Circuit TE 46776 

Sparrow, L. R., Hatteras, Hatteras 

Speight, J. B., Rt. 3, Wilson, Evansdale-Black Creek Wilson 7-1914 

Spence, H. E., 3629 Hope Valley Road, Durham, Retired 7-5227 

Spence, Russell G., Rt. 3, Goldsboro, Sarecta 1747 

Sponenberg, J. E., 2205 Guess Rd., DurhanVBethany 1 S. 8-7098 H. 8-3373 

Stanford, J. C, 603 Davis St., Burlington, Davis St., (Associate) 

Stark, Rufus, 510 Atwater St., Burlington, St. Paul's S. CA 8-1681 

H. CA 89905 

Starling, G. B., Kenly, Retired 

Starnes, S. J., 2712 Adams St., Wilmington, Sunset Park S.HO 2-8866 

H. RO 2-8158 

Starnes, W. B., Box 632, Shallotte, Camp Church PL 4-6355 

Staton, J. C, 208 S. Mcllwean St., Kinston, Kinston: St. John S. JA 7-0385 

H. JA 7-1632 

Steele, T. Fant, Jr., P. O. Box 514, Vass, Vass S. 2976 H. 2971 

Stephenson, A. L. G., 131 W. Ridge St., Rocky Mount, Rocky Mt. Marvin 6-5787 
Stephenson, M. O., 4505 Milstead Road, Jacksonville 10, Florida, Chaplain, U. S. 

Navy 
Stevens, E. A., Union Theological Seminary, New York, Student 

Stevens, W. R., P. O. Box 208, Rockingham, First S. 2181 H. 2151 

Still, Fred E., Red Springs, Red Springs S. 512-1 H. 533-1 

Stone, A. H., 1215 Thurston Drive, Wilson, Wilson: Winstead 6767 

Stone, Denver, Rt. 1, Graham, Bethel CA 8-9826 

Stott, Albert Russell, Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, 

Ga., Student 



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Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Stott, J. D., Angier, Angier 4311 

Strawbridge, I. J., Kipling, Kipling-Cokesbury Fuquay 462R2 

Streetman, R. F., Supply, Concord 

Summey, R. C, Rt. 6, Raleigh, Pleasant Grove TE 22263 

Surratt, H. Freo, 2229 Omah Ave., Durham, Retired 8-6616 

Sutton, Earl, Warsaw, Turkey 

Sutton, James E., 412 W. Lee St., Wilson, Hornes-Mt. Zion Wilson 2434 

Tanaka, Isawo, 117 Newell St., Durham, Staff, Library, Duke Divinity Sch. 8-4564 
Tanner, G. A., 1118 Fifth St., Durham, Cedar Grove (Chatham County) _.__8-2359 

Taylor, Key W., Box 156, Carrboro, Chapel Hill Circuit 8-6041 

Teachey, W. C, Rt. 2, Chadbourn, Cerro Gordo-Olivet 4189 

Tew, W. A., 909 Askew St., Burlington, West Burlington CA 7-3993 

Tharpe, J. A., Rt. 1, Box 738, Salisbury, Retired ME 6-2166 

Thompson, A. L., 132 N. Main St., Roxboro, Long Memorial S. 8-3833 H. 3451 

Thompson, E. M., Jr., Stantonsburg, Stantonsburg S 2366 

Thompson, L. C, Box 5022 Duke Station, Durham, Student, Duke Divinity Sch. 

Thompson, Neil H., Lake Waccamaw, Lake Maccamaw 2821 

Thrift, C. T., 406 Bon Air Ave., Durham, Retired 3-3365 

Tilley, Lester A., Smithfield, Centenary S. WE 4-2333 H. WE 4-3597 

Tisdale, Eugene, Spring Hope, Spring Hope 3551 

Townsend, Kenneth, 1710 Camden Rd., Fayetteville, Calvary-Victory S. HE 2-3692 

Traynham, D. D., Jackson, Northampton LE 4-3256 

Tyson, A. G., Box 117, Kittrell, Tar River GE 8-6925 

Tyson, B. P., 996 Maple St., Henderson, White Memorial-Wesley 6096 

Tyson, D. M., Williston, Williston PA 9-3651 

Tyson, George H., Rt. 5, Goldsboro, Pine Forest 149-XJ 

Tyson, M. D., 307 Charlotte St., Rocky Mount, Englewood 2-6345 

Tyson, Tommy, 206 S. John St., Goldsboro, Conference Evangelist 4988 

Tyson, Vernon, Goldston, Goldston Linwood 8-3292 

Underwood, W. J., Bonlee, Retired 



Vaiden, Gerald, M., Jr., Evergreen, Evergreen 

Vale, C. E., Route 5, Box 4, Durham, Duke's Chapel 2-1867 

Varnum, Tracie, Rt. 4, Kinston, Woodington-Webb (Can reach at Kinston 9616) 

Vaughan, W. N., 2812 Kenmore Rd., Richmond, Va. Retired 6-0534 

Vause, C. E., 514 Balsey St., Clinton Ct. 2892 

Vereen, L. C, 1210 Broad St., Durham, Asbury S. 8-1880 H. 8-5667 

Vernelson, J. D., Rt. 1, Trenton, Shady Grove Kinston JA 3-9558 

Vick, T. M., Jr., Box 508, Kinston, Kinston-Queen St. S. JA 7-1936 H. JA 3-2441 
Vickery, R. L., Route 7, Box 43, Hamlet, Retired 

Waggoner, J. M., Rt. 2, Graham, Whitney Cross CA 8-8798 

Wagnon, J. A., Biscoe, Biscoe 2726 

Waldrop, J. H., Jr., 101 Doris Circle, Clinton, Grace S. 3497 

Walker, F. Odell, Rt. 2, Troy, Love Joy-Macedonia 

Walston, R. E., Rt. 3, Box 35-B, Fayetteville, Camp Ground HU 4-3860 

Walton, A. J., 803 Second St., Durham, Professor, Duke Divinity Sch. 8-7721 



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Name — Address — Appointment Telephone 

Walton, W. C, Jr., Nashville, Term., Director, TV Ministry Development 

Ward, H. N., 213 Littleton Ave., Roanoke Rapids, Roanoke 7-2791 

Warren, C. L., Wanchese, Wanchese 272-WL 

Warren, James H., Scarritt College, Nashville, Term., Professor 

Warren, M. W., Rt. 1, Graham, Mt. Hermon S. CA 6-8681 H. CA 6-5867 

Watson, H. L., Box 1007, Kinston, Westminster S. J A 7-0215 H. J A 3-2854 

Watts, L. A., Box 471, Hope Mills, Hope Mills S. HE 3-2227 H. HE 3-2238 

Weaver, W. P., 1715 Cole Mill Rd., Durham, Pleasant Green 8-3286 

I Wegwart, W. G., 1205 Main, Lillington, Lillington 6271 

1 Wellons, R. D., Winter Park, Fla., Retired 

i Wentz, W. Allen, Jr., 1817 Perry Ave., Wilmington, Wrightsboro RO 2-2209 

l Wesley, Rue, Box 604, Hillsboro, Eno-Palmer's Grove 4063 

\ West, C. Ray, Straits, Straits Marshallberg PA 93405 

i West, T. C, Jr., Rt. 4, Goldsboro, Seven Springs Goldsboro 3047-M 

[ Wheeler, K. R., Box 605, Raeford, Raeford S. 2111 H. 746 

! Whicker, G. H., High Point College, High Point, Director Public Relations, 
High Point College 

White, Christian, 1728 W. Davis St., Burlington, Faith CA 7-2878 

1 White, James G., Kenly, Kenly-Buckhorn 2316 

; White, Thomas Nassau, Winston Salem 

; Whitehead, T. J., Graham, Graham S. CA 6-4343 H. CA 6-6305 

Whitley, E. E., Rt. 1, Elon College, Fairview JU 4-8213 

! Wier, Frank, 530 Annex Avenue, Charlotte Park, Nashville, Tenn., Staff, 

Editorial Div., General Board of Education AMherst 9-5836 

! Williams, A. M., 144 N. Main St., Roxboro, Person 5133 

Williams, B. M., Efland, Retired 

i Williams, J. A., Roper, Roper Plymouth 5644 

1 Williams, O. S., Belhaven, Belhaven WH 3-6831 

' Wilson, H. T., Rt. 1, Sanford, Center SP 3-9599 

i Wilson, Kenneth E., Council, Council 

■ Wilson, Kelly J., Jr., 2812 University Drive, Durham, Epworth S. 7-6209 

H. 7-6207 

Wilson, L. T., Warsaw, Warsaw S. 644 H. 365 

[ Wilson, W. Carleton, Tarboro, Tarboro: St. James NNS. TA 3-3783 H. TA 3-2795 

. Winberry, H. S., Louisburg, Louisburg Gipsy 63479 

' Winstead, Arthur, Littleton, Calvary S. 6782 H. 2696 

Wise, W. D., Middleburg, Middleburg Henderson 6342 

; Wolf, S. H., 1138 Delano St., Durham, Wellons Village 2-2455 

Womack, C. P., 210 S. Dogwood Ave., Siler City, Siler City S. 2-2722 

H. 2-3707 

Wood, J. E., Rt. 1, Elon College, Burlington Circuit JU 4-8646 

Wood, R. D., Rt. 1, Bailey, Mt. Pleasant 3641 

Wood, S. L., Rt. 4, Goldsboro, Airboro 1158-R 

Wooten, C. W., Rich Square, Rich Square 47 

Worley, W. E., Holly Springs, Holly Springs 

< Wragg, Paul H., 1214 Oxford Rd., Roxboro-Brookland 7274 

: Wright, Carl K., Conway, Conway 3081 

Yelverton, P. C, 907 W. Vernon Avenue, Kinston, Kinston Circuit _JA 7-1903 

Young, C. A., Mt. Olive, Mt. Olive Ct. 3697 

Young, J. D., Box 707, Oxford, Oxford S. 3723 H. 3374 



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SECTION III 

JOURNAL OF THE SPECIAL SESSION 

North Carolina Annual Conference 
Hay Street Methodist Church, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Monday, November 4, 1957 



Morning Session 
Opening: The North Carolina Conference of the Methodist Church, South- 
eastern Jurisdiction, convened in special session at Hay Street Methodist Church, 
Fayetteville, North Carolina, November 4, 1957, at 10:00 a.m., with Bishop Paul 
N. Garber, presiding. The Hymn, "A Charge to Keep I Have" was sung. The 
prayer was led by O. L. Hathaway. 

Motions: Bishop Garber called on W. C. Wilson, conference secretary, for 
certain motions: 

W. C. Wilson moved that clerical and lay delegates register their attendance 
by signing cards. The motion was carried. 

W. C. Wilson moved that main floor be the bar of the conference. The motion 
was carried. 

W. C. Wilson moved that the conference rules adopted in the session of the 
Annual Conference meeting at New Bern, June 24-27, 1957 be the rules to guide 
us today. The motion was adopted. 

Welcome: Mayor George B. Herndon of the City of Fayetteville gave words 
of welcome. 

Announcement: G. S. Eubank, host pastor, made announcement concerning 
facilities of the church and arrangements for lunch. 

Motion: O. L. Hathaway made motion that conference secretary send words 
of sympathy to the family of Daniel Lane, whose funeral was being held at Waynes- 
ville this morning. It was adopted by observing a quiet moment, and followed by 
a prayer by Bishop Garber. 

Statement by Bishop Garber: Bishop Garber made statement concerning the 
purpose of this special conference, and read a paragraph in the conference journal 
pertaining to this special session. 

Report of Commission on Christian Higher Education: V. E. Queen presented 
the report of the Commission on Christian Higher Education, (see report). He mov- 
ed the adoption of the report. It was seconded. He then spoke to the report on the 
theme: "What the Report Intends to Accomplish". 

Paul Carruth spoke to the report on the topic: "The Approach of the Com- 
mission on Christian Higher Education in allocating Goals". 

W. L. Clegg spoke to the report on the theme: "The Unity of Our Task in 
Christian Higher Education". 



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Resolution: W. E. Perry of Warrenton read a resolution concerning the regis- 
tration of students of all races at these new colleges, (see resolutions). Bishop 
Garber read a statement concerning the resolution. He ruled the resolution out of 
order, as it does not pertain to the main purpose of this special session. 

Report of the Commission on Christian Higher Education: The report of the 
Commission on Christian Higher Education was adopted, (see reports). 

Request: W. C. Wilson directed a request to the press that statement presented 
by Bishop Garber concerning the Perry Resolution be printed verbatim in the 
daily papers. 

Motion: M. R. Chambers made the motion that resolution and Bishop Garber's 
statement be printed in the Conference minutes. W. L. Clegg made substitute 
motion that they also be printed in the North Carolina Christian Advocate. The 
motion and the substitute motion were adopted. 

Report of Commission on World Service and Finance: J. V. Early read the 
report of the Commission on World Service and Finance. It was adopted, (see 
reports). 

Address: Bishop Garber presented Herman Reinhardt, of the firm, Ward, 
Dreshman and Reinhardt, Inc., who addressed the conference. 

Motion: J. E. Garlington made the motion that the college presidents present 
be heard at the dinner hour on the college site. The motion was adopted. 

Announcement: Bishop Garber made an announcement. 

Roll of Conference: W. C. Wilson took the roll of the conference. 

Announcement: M. J. Cowell announced meeting of the Commission on World 
Service and Finance. 

Privilege: G. S. Eubank was granted special privilege. He asked that O. L. 
Hathaway present Mrs. Paul N. Garber to the conference. 

Announcements: L. C. Vereen and C. D. Barclift made announcements. 

Greetings: D. D. Holt spoke briefly of his work with the General Commission 
of Christian Higher Education. 

Benediction and Grace: D. D. Holt gave the benediction and grace for the 
meal to be served at the college site in Fayettville. 



Afternoon Session 

Opening: The conference convened at 2:00 p.m. at the campus of Methodist 
College, Fayetteville, with Bishop Garber presiding. 

Greetings and Appreciation: The following spoke words of greeting and ap- 
preciation: 



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L. Stacy Weaver. President of Methodist College, Fayetteville. 
L. W. Hill, Chairman, Board of Trustees, North Carolina Wesleyan College, 
Rocky Mount. 

W. Jasper Smith, Business Manager, North Carolina Wesleyan College. 
Terry Sanford, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Methodist College. 
Dennis H. Cooke, President of High Point College, High Point. 
James Cannon, III., Dean of the Duke Divinity School, Durham. 
G. S. Eubank, pastor, Hay Street Church 
Charles E. Jordan, Vice-President of Duke University, Durham. 

Closing Prayer and Benediction: The closing prayer and benediction were 
given by Charles E. Jordan, Durham. 

Qui % tiosJUv 

President 

Secretary 

The Committee on Minutes has examined the Minutes of this Special Session 
of the Annual Conference, November 4, 1957, Fayetteville, and they are correct 
and approved. 

J. D. Young 
R. W. Bradshaw 
G. C. Crutchfield 
Committee on Minutes 



Report of 

COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 

The General Conference of The Methodist Church, in its 1956 Session, meet- 
ing in Minneapolis, Minnesota, saw the full implication of our historic heritage in 
Christian higher education, and adopted a far reaching program intended to mob- 
ilize the leadership and the resources of the great Methodist Church to meet the 
contemporary crisis in higher education. 

It directed that there should be created in each Annual Conference a Com- 
mission on Christian Higher Education which should be charged with the respon- 
sibility of strengthening the bonds that bind our institutions of learning to the 
church, to lead our schools and colleges to a thorough commitment to Christian 
standards and ideals, and to lead the church in an effort to undergird them with 
adequate moral and financial support. 

For a decade, there has been a growing concern for this important area of 



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the life and work of the Church. From the initial work of the College Advance 
to the pioneering acceptance of the responsibility to build Methodist College and 
North Carolina Wesleyan, the North Carolina Annual Conference has demon- 
strated a rapidly developing awareness of the crucial nature of this work with 
students. 

A review of the legislation of the North Carolina Annual Conference during 
the past five years reveals the consistent development of its commitment to the 
work of Christian Higher Education. 

In a Special Session meeting on March 4, 1952, at Edenton Street Church, 
Raleigh, the Conference took the following action: 

(1) That the North Carolina Conference join the Western North Carolina 
Conference in the United College Appeal to raise a sum of $2,500,000. 

(2) That the quotas be set at 60% for the Western North Carolina Conference 
and 40% for the North Carolina Conference. 

(3) That the North Carolina Conference shall raise its $1,000,000 quota as 
follows: 

(a) The sum of $400,000 in cash and pledges to be raised on a District- 
by-District basis beginning with the Annual Conference Year 1952- 
1953, with all pledges to be paid within a three-year period. 

(b) The sum of $600,000 to be raised by increasing the College Sustaining 
Fund from its then present 3-1/2% to 7% over a period of ten years, 
namely, the Conference years 1952-1953 to 1962-1963. 

On May 14, 1956 in Special Session, the North Carolina Annual Conference 
meeting at St. Paul Church, Goldsboro, took the following official action: 

"(First) That the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The 
Methodist Church, accept the report of the Long Range Planning Committee with 
jreference to the proposal that a Senior (four-year) Co-educational Methodist Col- 
lege be established at Fayetteville, North Carolina; (Second) That the North Caro- 
lina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, accept the 
j report of the Long Range Planning Committee with reference to the proposal that 
a Senior (four-year) Co-educational Methodist College be established at Rocky 
Mount, North Carolina; without the proviso that Louisburg College be moved to 
Rocky Mount; (Third) That Louisburg College be continued at its present location 
as a Junior College." 

The North Carolina Annual Conference in Regular Session June 25-28, 1956, 
at Jarvis Memorial, Greenville, took the following action: 

1. Approved Certificates of Incorporation for colleges at Rocky Mount and 
Fayetteville, and elected the members of the Boards of Trustees. 

2. Adopted the following recommendation of the Commission on World 
Service and Finance: 

"We recommend that Louisburg College be included in the forthcoming cam- 
paign for Capital Funds for Colleges in the amount of $450,000 to be con- 
ditioned upon their fulfillment of a community commitment of 

(a) $50,000 for renovation of the Davis Building; 

(b) Provision of $10,000 annual continuing support to the college; 

(c) Upon their securing a government loan to build a new cafeteria; 

(d) That they set aside in the Methodist Fund, Incorporated, from the $450,- 
000 capital funds a sufficient amount for the income to retire the govern- 
ment obligation, after allowing for the income from the cafeteria; 



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(e) Remainder may be used for capital expenditures at the discretion of the 

Board of Trustees." 
The North Carolina Annual Conference in its regular 1957 Session at Centen- 
ary Church, New Bern, approved the following request of the Commission on 
World Service and Finance. "We request authority for the Board of Education 
and/ or the Commission on Christian Higher Education to initiate the Conference 
Colleges Capital Funds Campaign at such time as it may deem suitable and 
desirable." 

The Annual Conference also adopted the following: 

"That the Annual Conference authorize a Capital Funds Campaign to be 
launched when, in the discretion of the Committee, proper cultivation has been 
made, with the further provision that a detailed blueprint outlining and defin- 
ing such a campaign be presented for approval at the forthcoming special 
session of the Annual Conference." 

The Commission on Christian Higher Education has taken the following steps 
to effectuate the Capital Funds Campaign: 

1. It has carefully surveyed the field of fund-raising counselors, and has 
selected the firm of Ward, Dreshman and Reinhardt, Inc., to assist in 
the Campaign. 

2. Upon the recommendation of Ward, Dreshman and Reinhardt, Inc., a 
goal of $5,000,000 was set for the Campaign. 

3. As the responsible agency of the Conference, the Commission has heard 
the presentation of the needs of our several institutions. 

Recognizing that our present Campaign will only partly meet the total needs 
of our colleges, the Commission on Christian Higher Education was faced with 
the necessity of evaluating the present responsibilites of the North Carolina An- 
nual Conference. It carefully considered the several factors that press for attention. 
These include: the major and compelling goal of getting our two new colleges 
opened for instruction; strengthening our Junior College at Louisburg; and the 
fulfilling of our conditional commitment for $450,000 to Louisburg College; the 
tremendous contribution made to the North Carolina Cnference in the training 
of her pastors by the Divinity School of Duke University; the need to recognize 
our concern for High Point and Greensboro Colleges; the strengthening of Wesley 
Foundation. 

After careful and unhurried deliberation pursuant to the action of the 1957 
Session of the Annual Conference authorizing the Commission on Christian Higher 
Education to initiate a Capital Fund Campaign, the Commission recommends a 
Capital Fund Campaign of $5,000,000 with the following allocations: 

1. After payment of campaign expenses, the first $2,225,000.00 shall be 
allocated: $1,000,000 to Methodist College; $1,000,000 to N. C. Wesleyan 
College; $225,000 to Louisburg College. 

2. The balance of the income from the campaign shall be allocated: $1,000,000 
to Methodist College; $1,000,000 to N. C. Wesleyan College; $225,000 
to Louisburg College; $100,000 to the Divinity School of Duke University; 
$150,000 to Wesley Foundation; $50,000 to Greensboro College; $50,000 
to High Point College. 

The Commission on Christian Higher Education presents this report with 
the confident expectation that the North Carolina Conference will find the College 
Capital Fund Campaign worthy of its best effort and loyalty. The Campaign is 






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designed to unite our people in a glad response in which our debt to the past will 
be paid by placing the future in our debt. In this quadrennium of Christian Higher 
Education Emphasis throughout the Methodist Church, we of the North Carolina 
:Annual Conference dedicate this campaign to bringing the mind of North Carolina 
to the mind of Jesus Christ our Lord. 

COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 
V. E. Queen, Chairman 
W. S. Potter, Secretary 

Membership of the Commission on Christian Higher Education: 

L. A. Aitken, James A. Auman, Wesley G. Brogan, Paul Carruth, W. L. Clegg, 
'Millard C. Dunn, Graham S. Eubank, J. H. Lanning, W. Stanley Potter, Vergil 
'E. Queen, Leon Russell, E. R. Shuller, L. A. Tilley, C. P. Morris, Julian Aldridge, 
Andrew Bailey, T. J. Collier. R. L. Jerome, Elizabeth D. Johnson, H. L. Mac- 
; Donald, Blaine M. Madison, John Meares, Tom S. Newbold, James T. Patrick, 
(Mrs. Earnest H. Smotherman, J. O. Talley, Jr., W. Avery Thompson, C. W. Twi- 
ford, Miss Nancy Wike, Phil Carlton, Miss Carolee Wood, Miss Helen Trader, 
iMiss Jean Edwards, A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, 
H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, R. G. Dawson, W. C. Ball, J. E. Garlington, Mrs. 
jPierce Johnson, Nelson Gibson, Miss Mamiej Chandler, Walter F. Anderson, 
.Howard P. Powell, M. W. Lawrence, W. M. Howard, Jr., Clyde S. Boggs, John 
,M. Dozier, D. W. Charlton, Key W. Taylor, Charles E. Jordan, T. J. Whitehead, 
!W. C. Walton, Jr., Herman S. Winberry, Charles E. Vale, L. A. Watts, C. W. 
bobbins, A. Hollis Edens, D. D. Holt. 



REPORT OF 
| THE COMMISSION ON WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 

We accept and recommend to the Annual Conference the request of the 
^Commission on Christian Higher Education pertaining to the $5,000,000.00 Cap- 
ital Fund drive for Christian Higher Education, that the allocation be as follows: 
a: That after payment of campaign expenses the first $2,225,000.00 be 
allocated: $1,000,000 Methodist College 

1,000,000 N. C. Wesleyan College 
225,000 Louisburg College 
b: That the balance of the $5,000,000 be allocated: 
$1,000,000 Methodist College 
1,000,000 N. C. Wesleyan College 
225,000 Louisburg College 
100,000 Duke Divinity School 
150,000 Wesley Foundation* 
50,000 Greensboro College 
50,000 High Point College 

*To the Inter-Conference Commission on Student Religious Work for their 
'building fund. 

This Commission approved the request of the Commission on Christian High- 
er Education to borrow money to finance the Capital Fund Campaign not to exceed 
the amount of $200,000 and for them to hypothecate pledges and collections to 



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the Campaign for the repayment of money borrowed from the first funds received 
before any distribution is made to the participating institutions. 

The Commission authorizes the Conference Treasurer to receive and handle 
and disburse funds of the campaign, under the direction of the Commission on 
Christian Higher Educaton. 

Respectfully submitted, 
COMMISSION ON WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 
G. S. Garriss, President 
J. V. Early, Secretary 
Other Members of the Commission: 

C. S. Hubbard, O. K. Ingram, W. J. Neese, A. L. Thompson, N. B. Dozier, Jr., 
M. Carr Gibson, C. Felix Harvey, Bill Price, J. P. Rogers. 

*RESOLUTION 

WHEREAS, The North Carolina Methodist Conference will shortly launch a 
campaign to raise a large sum of money for colleges and universities; 
and 

WHEREAS, the membership of our church as well as all the other 200,000 Meth- 
odists in said Conference will be solicited for funds in this campaign; 
and 

WHEREAS, we do not believe the membership of our church, nor of the con- 
ference, understands the official policy of our Methodist Conference 
with regard to the admission of negroes to our Methodist schools: 

NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Official Board of the Wesley Memorial 
Methodist Church, Warrenton, N. C. in special called meeting as- 
sembled, that the Conference to be held in Fayetteville, N. C. on 
November 4, 1957 issue a clear-cut statement of its policies in the 
above matter prior to the launching of the above mentioned campaign. 

Further be it resolved that should this petition be tabled or 
otherwise circumvented that due publicity be given said petition and 
the fate thereof. 

Signed: (Mrs.) Emily T. Gardner 
Secretary of Official Board 
Wesley Memorial Methodist Church 

* Ruled out of order by Bishop Garber, but ordered by the Conference to be 
published in the minutes of this special session together with the Bishop's statement 
for so ruling which follows. 

Statement by Bishop Paul Neff Garber at North Carolina Annual Conference 
Special Session held at Hay Street Methodist Church, Fayetteville, November 4, 
1957. 

It is the duty of the presiding officer to rule on whether amendments, motions 
and resolutions are in order or if they are germane to the matter before the house. 
Before making my ruling on the matter before us I wish to make the following 
statement. 

First, the matter of integration in our two new colleges and our already exist- 
ing institutions has never once been mentioned or discussed in a meeting of the 
Commission on Higher Education or in any meeting of the Board of Trustees of 



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Methodist College, Fayetteville, or North Carolina Wesleyan College at Rocky 
Mount. The matter of integration is now being presented as a theoretical matter 
land is not based upon any action or statement on the part of the Boards of Trustees. 
il can understand and you can understand that there is tension today in America 
over racial matters but this special session of our North Carolina Annual Confer- 
ence was called for the launching of the financial campaign for our two new col- 
leges, Louisburg College, the Divinity School of Duke University, High Point 
College, Greensboro College and our Wesley Foundation and Methodist Student 
program. The time for the discussion of racial matters and related subjects is at 
the regular session of our Conference or at a special session of the Conference 
Icalled for a discussion of racial matters and related subjects. Our Methodist Disci- 
pline and Roberts Rules of Order provide that in a special session only such matters 
can be discussed that were mentioned in the call of the special session. 

Second, the resolution is out of order because in Methodist educational in- 
stitutions matters relating to faculty, curriculum, admission of students and similar 
litems are in the control of the Boards of Trustees. These trustees are elected or 
approved by our North Carolina Annual Conference or by both the North Carolina 
and Western North Carolina Conferences in case of joint ownership of an in- 
stitution. The charters of our colleges, which are granted by our State of North 
Carolina, clearly designate that the Boards of Trustees control the details of ad- 
ministration such as the matter of admissions. I do not know of an Annual Con- 
ference in American Methodism where the annual conference in session drafts 
Regulations relating to Methodist colleges of the type mentioned in the resolution 
Which has been offered. 

And along that line let me assure all members of this Conference that we 
nave able men and women who are the trustees of all our colleges and Wesley 
Foundations of our North Carolina Conference. They are our own brothers and 
bisters; they know how our people feel about the problems before them; they are 
lot isolated from us. We can trust them. 

Now I have read this lengthy statement because I regret always to rule a 
notion or resolution out of order and I know that no person or group likes to be 
■uled out of order. I must however be true to parliamentary regulations when I 
weside in any meeting and you expect me to follow parliamentary procedures. 

I must however rule the resolution out of order — first, this is a special session 
)f our Annual Conference called for a special purpose which does not include 
he matter of integration or related racial matters; second, the matter of admission 
>f students mentioned in the resolution comes under the control of the Board of 
Trustees and not under the control of the Annual Conference and therefore the 
esolution is out of order. 

But after making this ruling let me state that Brother Perry and the Meth- 
odists who adopted the resolution have redress if you permit me to use a legal term. 
This resolution can be presented direct to the Board of Trustees of our colleges, 
iecond, I will be happy as bishop to meet with any group in our Conference for 
n informal discussion on any matters including racial matters. I really wish you 
yould allow me to come and give what light I can shed on the matter rather than 
listening to outside agencies some of which are really hostile to us Methodists and 
vould love to see us waste time and energy on this matter and thereby block the 
•rogress of Methodism in Eastern North Carolina and elsewhere. Third, at our 
\nnual Conference in June we survey all phases of the program of our Confer- 
nce and a resolution covering the subject mentioned this morning will be in order 



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and will be open to debate and action by our Conference. Ruling the resolution 
out of order in this special session does not rule the subject out of order at the 
proper time and place. 

At the first session of the first Methodist Annual Conference ever held in 
the world John Wesley asked this question, "Need we be afraid of reviewing any 
old plan or idea?" and the noble answer was "No, if they are false the sooner they 
are overturned the better, if they are true they will stand the strictest examination." 
In like manner we North Carolina Methodists are not afraid to discuss any 
plan, or idea, old or new, but this examination must be made at the proper time 
and place and within the parliamentary regulations of our Conference. 



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PROGRAM 

Monday Afternoon — June 23 

1:15 P.M. Organ Prelude — "Ave Verum" Mozart 

"This is My Father's World" Sheppard 

"Largo" Handel 

Mrs. E. T. Stallings, Organist 

1:30 P.M. Call to Worship Bishop Paul N. Garber 

Hymn No. 402 — "And Are We Yet Alive?" Dennis 

The Apostles' Creed 

Prayer Dr. Walter C. Ball 

Organ Interlude 

Solo — "The Prayer Perfect" Speaks 

Mrs. Fred Hurley 
Organization of Conference 
Admission of Class Into Full Connection 

Address to Class Bishop Edwin Edgar Voigt 

The Dakota Area 

Hymn No. 287 — "A Charge To Keep I Have" Mason 

Reports 

District Superintendents 

District Lay Leaders 

Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications 

Commission on Christian Vocations 

Board of Publications 

Commission on Local Church Emphasis 

Greetings from Methodist Youth Fellowship Mr. Phil Carlton, 

President North Carolina Conference Youth Fellowship 

Monday Evening — June 23 

7:15 P.M. Organ Prelude — "Hour of Devotion" Rathbun 

"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" Bach 

"Arioso" Handel 

7:30 P.M. Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 279 — "God of Grace and God of Glory" Fosdick 

Prayer .The Reverend Robert W. Bradshaw 

Anthem— "Hark, Hark My Soul" Shelley 

Fraternal Greetings from the Virginia Annual Conference 
Dr. A. Purnell Bailey 
Centenary Methodist Church 
Richmond, Virginia 
Anniversary of the Board of Missions 

Presiding The Reverend Clyde S. Boggs 

Hymn No. 486 — "From Ocean to Ocean" Smart 

Conference Missionary Secretary __The Reverend M. W. Lawrence 

Executive Secretary The Reverend T. A. Collins 

Missionary Address Bishop Shot K. Mondol 

Delhi Area 
Report of Board of Missions The Reverend W. D. Caviness 



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Greetings from the Woman's Society of 

Christian Service Mrs. Pierce Johnson, President 

Reports 

Deaconess Board 

Board of Managers of North Carolina Pastors' School 

College Board of Visitors 

Commission on Worship 



Tuesday Morning — June 24 

8:15 A.M. Organ Prelude — "All Depends on God's Blessing" Karg-Elert 

"Priere" from "Gothic Suite" Boellmann 

"Chanson" Groton 

8:30 A.M. Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 533 — "O God, Our Help in Ages Past" St. Anne 

Prayer Dr. E. L. Hillman 

Sermon Bishop Edwin Edgar Voigt 

9:30 A.M. Welcome to Wilson Mr. W. T. Lamm, Jr. 

Charge Lay Leader, First Methodist Church 
Response Bishop Paul N. Garber 

10:00 A.M. Anniversary of Historical Society 

Presiding The Reverend Herman S. Winberry 

Address Dr. J. Manning Potts 

Editor of Upper Room 

11:00 A.M. Anniversary of Commission on Town and Country Work 

Presiding The Reverend Key W. Taylor 

Speaker The Reverend L. O. Leet 

National Stewardship Evangelist 
The Disciples of Christ Church 

1:00 P.M. Luncheon Meeting of Supply Pastors and Town and Country 
Commission — Winstead Methodist Church 

1:00 P.M. Luncheon Meeting of Directors of Christian Education and 
Ministers of Music — Rose Room, Cherry Hotel 



Tuesday Afternoon — June 24 

2:30 P.M. Annual Meeting of Conference Brotherhood 

Presiding The Reverend C. Freeman Heath 

Report of Secretary-Treasurer The Reverend R. L. Bame 

3:00 P.M. Anniversary of Board of Evangelism 

Presiding Mr. Walter F. Anderson 

Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 23 — "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing" Nettleton 

Prayer The Reverend Leon Couch 

Solo — "The Stranger of Galilee" Morris-Sturgis 

Mrs. Rhett Dove 
Report of Board of Evangelism Dr. Hiram K. King 



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Address Dr. Harry Denman 

Executive Secretary 
Board of Evangelism 
Reports 

Committee on Conference Relations 

Conference Church Extension Survey Committee 

Conference Long Range Planning Committee 

5:30 P.M. High Point College Dinner — Education Building, First Christian 

Church 
Asbury College Dinner — Rose Room, Cherry Hotel 



Tuesday Evening — June 24 

7:15 P.M. Organ Prelude — "Hosanna in Excelsis" Armstrong 

"Finlandia" Sibelius 

"Arioso" Bach 

7:30 P.M. Anniversary of Board of Education 

Presiding The Reverend Vergil E. Queen 

Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 381 — "The Church's One Foundation" Aurelia 

Prayer The Reverend W. L. Clegg 

Anthem — "Here in This House" Beethoven-Howorth 

Address Bishop Fred P. Corson 

Philadelphia Area 

Report The Annual Conference Committee on Christian Higher 

Education 
Report of Conference Staff of Board of Education 

Executive Secretary 

Children's Work 

Youth Work 

Adult Work 

Methodist Student Work 



Wednesday Morning — June 25 

8:15 A.M. Organ Prelude— "Holy, Holy, Holy!" Stults 

"My Jesus, I Love Thee" Gordon 

"My Faith Looks Up to Thee" Mason 

8:30 A.M. Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 245 — "O Sometimes the Shadows Are Deep" . Fisher 
Prayer The Reverend D. F. Lowry 

8:40 A.M. Anniversary of Board of Temperance 

Presiding The Reverend D. W. Charlton 

Address A Member of Alcoholics Anonymous 

9:30 A.M. Anniversary of Board of Pensions 

Presiding Mr. John M. Dozier 

Address The Reverend Barney L. Jones 

Dean of Freshmen, Duke University 



North Carolina Annual Conference 

Report of Television, Radio and Film Commission 
Reports 

Commission on World Service and Finance 

Treasurer 

Methodist Fund, Inc. 

Board of Trustees 

Minimum Salary Commission 

1:00 P.M. Luncheon Meeting of Board of Lay Activities — 

Winstead Methodist Church 
1:00 P.M. Retired Ministers Luncheon — First Baptist Church 
1:00 P.M. Ministers' Wives Luncheon — Ship 'N Shore 

Wednesday Afternoon — June 25 

2:45 P.M. Organ Prelude — "Berceuse" Jarnefeldt 

"Prelude in C Minor" Chopin 

"Elegie" Massenet 

3:00 P.M. Ordination Service 

Presiding Bishop Paul N. Garber 

Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 372 — "Love Divine All Loves Excelling" Edmundson 

Prayer Dr. A. J. Hobbs 

Ladies' Chorus — "Lift Thine Eyes" from "Elijah" Mendelssohn 

Message Bishop W. W. Peele 

Consecration of Ministers of Music 
Consecration of Directors of Christian Education 
Consecration of Deaconesses 
Ordination of Deacons 
Ordination of Elders 

Organ Interlude — "Unfold Ye Portals" Gounod 

4:15 P.M. Memorial Service 

Presiding Bishop Paul N. Garber 

Hymn No. 315 — "How Firm a Foundation" Adeste Fideles 

Prayer The Reverend Warren B. Petteway 

Solo — "The Ninety-First Psalm" MacDermit 

Mrs. L. T. Tharrington, Tarboro, North Carolina 

Roll Call of Our Honored Dead The Conference Secretary 

Ministers Who Have Died During the Year 
Ministers' Wives Who Have Died During the Year 
Memorial Address — "I Have Had a Part" 

The Reverend J. Furman Herbert 
Hymn No. 165 — "Look Ye Saints! The Sight is Glorious" 

Thomas Kelly 

Benediction The Reverend Robert W. Bradshaw 

Organ Postlude — "How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place" Brahms 

5:30 P.M. Duke Alumni Dinner— Ship 'N Shore 

Wednesday Evening — June 25 

7:15 P.M. Organ Prelude— "Cavatina" Raff 

"Berceuse" Spinney 

"Adoration" from "The Holy City" Gaul 



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7:30 P.M. Anniversary of Board of Lay Activities 

Presiding Mr. J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. 

Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 162 — "O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing" Azmon 

Prayer __^ Dr. C. D. Barclift 

Anthem — "I Waited for the Lord" from the Cantata 

"Hymn of Praise" Mendelssohn 

Report of Board of Lay Activities 

Address Mr. A. G. Jefferson 

Lay Leader of Virginia Annual Conference 
Reports 

Board of Social and Economic Relations 

Duke Endowment 

Ormond Fund 

Ministers Credit Union 

Conference Calendar of Work 

Thursday Morning — June 26 

8:15 A.M. Organ Prelude— "Andante in G" Stults 

"Chant de Bonheur" Lemare 

"Agnus Dei" Mozart 

8:30 A.M. Love Feast 

Presiding Dr. W. A. Cade 

Assisting — The Reverend J. W. Dimmette 
The Reverend D. E. Earnhardt 
The Reverend H. I. Glass 
The Reverend B. O. Merritt 
The Reverend I. T. Poole 
The Reverend J. A. Russell 
9:30 A.M. Anniversary of Board of Hospitals and Homes 

Presiding Dr. Howard P. Powell 

Chorus The Methodist Home for Children 

Directed by Mrs. Louise Wilson 
Report of Board 

Presentations The Reverend J. F. Coble, Superintendent 

The Methodist Retirement Home 
The Reverend R. L. Nicks, Superintendent 
The Methodist Home for Children 
The Reverend Paul Wesley Aitken, Chaplain 
Duke University Hospital 

Address — "Our Three Fold Ministry" Dr. Russell L. Dicks 

10:30 A.M. Fraternal Message from the North Carolina Conference 

of the Central Jurisdiction ...The Reverend Douglas E. Moore 
Durham Methodist Church, Durham, N. C. 
11:30 A.M. Reports 

Statistician 
Resolutions 

12:00 Noon The Reading of Appointments 

Hymn No. 557— "God Be With You Till We Meet Again" 
Benediction 



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JOURNAL OF THE 
REGULAR SESSION 

North Carolina Annual Conference 



FIRST DAY, AFTERNOON SESSION 

Monday, June 23, 1958 

At 1:15 p.m. the organist of First Methodist Church, Wilson, Mrs. E. T. 
Stallings, presented a fifteen minute prelude of organ music consisting of "Ave 
Verum" by Mozart, "This is My Father's World" by Sheppard, and "Largo" by 
Handel. 

Opening: The one hundred twenty-third session of the North Carolina Con- 
ference (twentieth since unification in 1939) was convened at First Methodist 
Church in Wilson, N. C, Monday, June 23, 1958 at 1:30 p.m. by Bishop Paul N. 
Garber, resident Bishop of the Richmond Area. Hymn 402, "And Are We Yet 
Alive" was sung, followed by the Apostles' Creed in unison. Walter C. Ball, Super- 
intendent of the Rocky Mount District, led in prayer. Mrs. Fred Hurley sang, 
"The Prayer Perfect." 

Roll Call: The Bishop called on W. C. Wilson, Conference Secretary, to call 
the roll of the Conference. The Secretary- moved that the registration cards signed 
by the delegates become the official record of attendance for the Conference. The 
motion was adopted. 

Our Honored Dead: The Bishop asked the question — "What ministers and 
ministers' wives and approved supply pastors have died during the year?" W. C. 
Wilson read the list: Ministers — P. D. Woodall, R. G. L. Edwards, Daniel Lane, 
Nathan B. Strickland. Ministers wives — Mrs. W. G. Farrar, Mrs. Walter Patten, 
Mrs. John M. Wright, Mrs. Frances E. Dixon, Mrs. Charles L. Spencer. Approved 
Supply Pastors — Douglas O. Guthrie, and J. K. Worthington. 

Bar of the Conference: R. W. Bradshaw, host pastor, moved that the entire 
floor of the sanctuary be the bar of the Conference. The motion was adopted. He 
also moved that the printed program be the official program of the Conference. 
The motion was adopted. He moved that the Rules of Order, as appear in the 
1957 Conference Journal, be used in this session of the Conference. The motion 
was adopted. 

Nominations for Special Committees for the Conference: W. C. Ball. Secre- 
tary of the Cabinet, read the nominations for this session of the Annual Confer- 
ence. They were: 

Committee on Investigation: A. P. Brantley, Convener; Principal: J. M. Cline, 
George Blount, C. E. Vale, L. A. Tilley, J. P. Pegg. Alternates: R. Z. Newton. R. L. 
Bame, T. R. Jenkins. 

Committee on District Conference Records: C. D. Barclift. Convener; One 
minister from each district: Burlington, T. J. Whitehead; Durham, C. D. Brown; 



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Elizabeth City, L. C. Bissett; Fayetteville, J. K. Bostick; Goldsboro, J. H. Miller, 
Jr.; New Bern, R. Bruce Pate; Raleigh, W. A. Crow; Rocky Mount, Charles Mew- 
born; Wilmington, W. J. Neese. 

Committee on Courtesies and Introductions: C. F. Heath, Convener; John 
Hackney, W. T. Lamm, Amos Stone, Leon Russell, R. W. Bradshaw. 

Committee on Resolutions and References: O. L. Hathaway, Convener; Lay- 
men: C. E. Jordan, J. N. Gibson, Jr., T. W. Heath, Jr., Julian Aldridge. Ministers: 
C. H. Mercer, L. A. Aiken, Leon Couch, A. F. Fisher, J. V. Early. 

Committee on Minutes: J. D. Young, G. W. Crutchfield, C. F. Grill. 

Question 36: "Who have been received by transfer?" was called. Bishop 
Garber read the list as follows: Paul W. Boone, Charles F. Eakin, Robert D. Wood, 
John R. Blue, Wallace T. Greene, and Durward T. Goodwin. 

Question 37: "Who have been transferred out?" was called. The answer was: 
Earl S. Tyson, Robert C. Hastings, Earl Edwin Henley, Jr., Harry Buckingham, 
J. R. Couchman, Robert Wallace, William Ray Bailey, J. Kern Ormond, Thomas 
H. Swofford, Jr., William A. Cheyne, and W. H. Montgomery. 

Question 28: "Who are admitted into full connection?" was called. The 
answer was: Ellis Jennings Bedsworth, Rene Orville Bideaux, Paul Wendell Boone, 
William Andrew Cheyne, Horace Stanford Garris, William Mac Jeffries, Robert 
Leon Johnson, Auburn William Lore, William Franklin Meacham, Thomas Ar- 
nold Pope, William Kellon Quick, Jesse Cloman Staton, Emerson McLean Thomp- 
son, Aaron Grandison Tyson, Vernon Cephas Tyson. 

Bishop Garber presented Bishop Edwin Edgar Voigt of The Dakota Area, 
who spoke to the class. They were received into full connection. 

Hymn No. 287, "A Charge to Keep I Have", was sung. 

Jurisdictional System: Bishop Garber presented Rev. C. C. Bell, of the Vir- 
ginia Conference, Executive Secretary of the General Conference "Commission To 
Study and Recommend Action Concerning The Jurisdictional System". He spoke 
to the Conference. 

Question 8: "What are the reports of the District Superintendents as to the 
status of the work within their Districts?" was called. 

The character of each minister in each district was passed. The character of 
each district Superintendent was passed. 

Burlington: A. P. Brantley made the report for the Burlington District. James 
F. Rogers, lay leader of the Burlington District, reported for the laymen. 

Durham: C. D. Barclift made the report for the Durham District. Dr. Frank 
W. Hanft, lay leader of the Durham District, reported for the laymen. 

Elizabeth City: C. F. Heath, made the report for the Elizabeth City District. 
Fred Ritter, lay leader of the Elizabeth City District reported for the laymen. 

Fayetteville: O. L. Hathaway made the report for the Fayetteville District. J. 
Nelson Gibson, Jr., Conference Lay Leader, made the report for the laymen. 

Goldsboro: H. M. McLamb made the report for the Goldsboro District. 
Robert Rose, an associate lay leader in the Goldsboro District, made the report 
for the laymen. 



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The Methodist Publishing House: Bishop Garber presented A. R. White of the 
Methodist Publishing House, who spoke to the Conference. He presented the 
Conference with a check for $7,135.07, to be placed in the Conference Pension 
Fund. 

Methodist Youth Fellowship: Bishop Garber presented Phil Carlton, President 
of the North Carolina Conference Methodist Youth Fellowship, who spoke to 
the Conference, representing the Conference Methodist Youth Fellowship. 

Commission on Christian Vocations: H. S. Winberry spoke concerning the 
Commission on Christian Vocations. Barney L. Davidson also spoke. R. L. Bame 
presented the report of the Commission. It was adopted. 

Question 42: "What ministerial members have been retired this year?" was 
called. The answer was: E. L. Hillman, D. A. Clarke, H. E. Myers, and M. R. 
Chambers. 

Question 43: "What Approved Supply Pastors have been retired?" was called. 
The answer was, "No one." 

Question 27: "Who on trial are discontinued?" was called. The answer was 
J. David Andrews. 

Committee on Local Church Emphasis: G. S. Eubank presented the report 
of the Committee on Local Church Emphasis. It was adopted. 

Special Appointments: Bishop Garber read the list of Special appointments: 
subject to the approval of the conference. 

Superintendent of The Methodist Retirement Homes — J. F. Coble 
Superintendent of The Methodist Home For Children — R. L. Nicks 
Superintendent of the Oxford Masonic Home — A. D. L. Gray 
Resident Advisor, University of Florida — Joel D. Savell 
Professor, University of Florida — C. S. McCoy 
Professor, Florida State University — J. T. Greene 
They were approved. 

Question 34: "Who are readmitted?" was called. The answer was none. 

Question 38: "Who have had their Conference membership terminated?" was 
called, (a) By voluntary location. None, (b) By involuntary location. None, (c) By 
withdrawal. None, (d) By Judicial Procedure. None. 

Question 8: "What are the reports of the District Superintendents?" was 
called. 

New Bern: A. J. Hobbs made the report of the New Bern District. Roy L. 
Turnage, lay leader of the district, spoke for the laymen. 

Raleigh: R. G. Dawson made the report of the Raleigh District. 

Rocky Mount: W. C. Ball made the report of the Rocky Mount District. Emory 
Adkins, lay leader of the district, spoke for the laymen. 

Wilmington: J. E. Garlington made the report of the Wilmington District. 
Albert Goldfinch, lay leader of the district, spoke for laymen. 

Announcements: R. W. Bradshaw made announcements. 

Benediction: Dr. R. P. Marshall gave the benediction. 



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FIRST DAY, EVENING SESSION 

Monday, June 23, 1958 

At 7:15 p.m. the local church organist presented a fifteen minute organ pre- 
lude, consisting of "Hour of Devotion" by Rathbun, "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" 
by Bach, and "Arioso" by Handel. 

Opening: The Conference convened at 7:30 with Bishop Garber in the chair. 
After the singing of Hymn No. 279, "God of Grace and God of Glory", R. W. 
Bradshaw led the prayer. The choir of First Methodist Church, Wilson rendered 
the beautiful anthem, "Hark, Hark My Soul." Bishop Garber expressed the grat- 
itude of the Conference for the contribution of the choir. 

Fraternal Greeting: Bishop Garber presented Rev. A. P. Bailey, pastor of 
Centenary Methodist Church, Richmond, Virginia, who brought fraternal greet- 
ings from the Virginia Conference. 

Anniversary of the Board of Missions: The anniversary of the Board of Mis- 
sions was observed with C. S. Boggs, President, presiding. The Hymn No. 486, 
"From Ocean to Ocean" was sung. 

M. W. Lawrence, Conference Missionary Secretary, addressed the Conference 
on the importance of Mission Specials. 

T. A. Collins, Executive Secretary of the Board, spoke on the work of the 
Board in the field of church extension. 

Bishop Edwin Edgar Voigt, of The Dakota Area, presented Bishop Shot K. 
Mondol, of Delhi, India. In the presentation he spoke of the great work and pres- 
tige of Bishop Mondol in India. Bishop Mondol addressed the Conference, bringing 
fraternal greetings from the Methodists of India, and told of the work of Metho- 
dism in his native country. 

Announcement: M. J. Cowell made an announcement about the meeting of 
the Commission on World Service and Finance. 

W. D. Caviness presented the report of the Board of Missions of the Con- 
ference. It was adopted. In the report it was requested that greetings be sent to 
the Youth Caravan, which is today in Rome, Italy. Bishop Garber read a telegram 
from the counselors. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Auman. 

Mrs. Pierce Johnson, president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service 
of the North Carolina Conference, spoke to the Conference. She emphasized the 
work of helping people to know Christ. She brought greetings from the 33,763 
members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service and Wesleyan Service Guild, 
and stated that seventeen new societies had been organized this year. 

Deaconess Board: Miss Mamiej Chandler presented the report of the Deaco- 
ness Board. It was adopted. 

Announcements: Bishop Garber made announcements. 

Benediction: The benediction was given by Bishop Mondol. 

SECOND DAY, MORNING SESSION 

Tuesday, June 24, 1958 

At 8:15 a.m. the church organist presented a fifteen minute prelude of organ 
music consisting of "All Depends on God's Blessings", by Karg-Elert; "Priere" 
from "Gothic Suite", by Boellmann; "Chanson", by Groton. 



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Opening: The Conference convened at 8:30 a.m. with Bishop Paul N. Garber 
in the chair. After the singing of Hymn No. 533, "O God, Our Help in Ages Past", 
E. L. Hillman led in prayer. 

Bishop Edwin Edgar Voight brought his second message to the Conference, 
basing his message on the theme of Christian hope. 

North Carolina Pastors' School: A. J. Hobbs presented the report of the Board 
of Managers of the North Carolina Conference Pastors' School. 

College Board of Visitors: L. C. Vereen presented the report of the College 
Board of Visitors. 

Commission on Worship: V. E. Queen presented the report of the Commission 
on Worship. He moved the adoption of the report. It was adopted. 

Welcome: W. T. Lamm, Jr., Charge Lay Leader of First Methodist Church, 
Wilson, spoke words of welcome to the entire Conference. Bishop Garber made 
the response, expressing his appreciation on behalf of the entire Conference for 
the fine hospitality of First Methodist Church and the city of Wilson. The Con- 
ference gave a rising vote of thanks. 

Commission on Promotion and Cultivation: O. L. Hathaway presented the 
report of the Commission on Promotion and Cultivation. He moved its adoption. It 
was adopted. 

Privilege: W. C. Wilson was recognized for a personal privilege. He spoke 
briefly of Rev. Zensuke Hinohara, a Japanese Christian who died in Richmond, 
Va. on Saturday, June 21, 1958, and moved that this Conference make note of 
his death and send words of sympathy to his widow. It was approved. 

The secretary offered to send greetings to any Conference member who is 
ill. It was reported that W. A. Crow and M. R. Chambers are ill. 

Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications: Bishop Garber called Ques- 
tion 21 — "Who are the approved Supply Pastors?" (a) Student approved Supply 
Pastors in School; (b) Part-time approved Supply Pastors; (c) Full-time approved 
Supply Pastors and progress each has made in the Course of Study? For answer 
see Roll, Status and Record of Service, Approved Supply Pastors, Section II. 
(Question called again on the Third Day, Morning Session.) 

Question 23: "What preachers coming from other evangelical churches have 
had their orders recognized?" was called. The answer was: (a) as local deacons? 
Samuel Lee Wood; (b) as local elders? Stanley Stuart Snead. 

Question 24: "Who have been admitted from other evangelical churches as 
travelling preachers?" was called. The answer was: (a) As members on trial; Deac- 
ons? Lee Allen Phillips (Baptist); Elders? William Frank Medlin (United Evangeli- 
cal Lutheran), Virgil Nathanael Moore (Church of God), Paul Batteux Scott, Jr. 
(Baptist), (b) As members in Full Connection; Deacons? No one. Elders? No one. 

Question 25: "Who are admitted on trial?" was called. The following were 
admitted: (a) With degrees from approved colleges and credits from approved 
schools of theology: Edward Porter Armstrong. Jr., James Herbert Bailey, Clyde 
McGee Creech, Harold Frederick Lininger, Robert Lee Mangum, Richard Hub- 
bard Petersen, Edwin Lee Roach, Elbert Russell Stott, Leo Clifford Thompson, 
James Milan Waggoner, (b) With degrees from colleges not accredited by the 
University Senate and credits from approved schools of theology: No one. (c) With 
degrees from approved colleges and completion of the introductory studies for the 



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ministry: Robert Abner McLean, (d) With partial college credit, completion of 
the four-year course of study, and six years' service as approved supply pastors: 
David Morrill Tyson. (Question called again in the Second Day, Afternoon Session.) 

Question 26 was called: "Who are continued on trial, and what progress have 
they made in their ministerial studies?" The answer was: (a) In approved schools 
of theology — Gayle Thomas Alexander, Joseph Culbreth Alexander, Jr., William 
Ernest Amon, Robert Lee Baldridge, Bobby Carl Black, Paul Grayson Bunn, James 
Sidney Epperson, John Rodney Fulcher, Robert Herbert Gibbons, Jr., Joseph Con- 
rad Glass, Jr., Robert Carroll Hastings, Hubert Howard Hodgin, Arnold Kimsey 
King, Jr., Robert Hugh Love, William Phiffer Lowdermilk, Samuel Duncan Mc- 
Millan, Jr., Peleg Dameron Midgett, III, Edward Powell Osteen, Charles Edward 
Owens, Henry Arthur Phillips, Jr., Robert Stanford Pullman, Robin Jerome 
Scroggs, Charles Alison Simonton, Jr., Charles Edgar Sparks, James Carlton Stan- 
ford, Edward Amos Stevens, Kenneth Ross Townsend, Franklin Odell Walker, 
Paul Harris Wragg. (b) In the four-year course of study — Claude Lillen Barrett, 
Jr., David Meade Bercaw, Clarence Renneker Breedin, Robert Francis Bundy, 
Carl Reed Calloway, Max Wade Dulin, Lawrence Amon Green, Holland Luther 
Hale, Rudolph Hart Hodge, Charles Hall Mewborn, Harvey Worth Pearce, William 
Edward Pickett, Horace Gilbert Quigley, Neil Howard Thompson, Joseph Allen 
Wagnon, (c) In the two years of special study — William Oliver Conner, Robert 
Marriner Gradeless, Herman Nathan Ward. (Question called again on the Second 
Day, Afternoon Session.) 

Bishop Garber presented a complimentary copy of the Book of Worship to 
each minister admitted on trial and those being admitted from other evangelical 
churches. 

Anniversary of the Historical Society: The anniversary of the Historical So- 
ciety was observed with H. S. Winberry, President, presiding. The report was 
presented and adopted. Bishop Garber presented Dr. J. Manning Potts, Editor of 
The Upper Room. Dr. Potts addressed the Conference on "Bishop Francis Asbury 
and his Travels Through North Carolina." 

Mrs. J. Manning Potts was presented to the Conference, being escorted by C. 
D. Barclift. 

Anniversary of the Commission on Town and Country Work: The anniversary 
of the Commission on Town and Country Work was observed with Key W. Taylor 
presiding. 

J. E. Garlington presented M. C. Dunn, who spoke concerning the special 
brochure, "Christian Stewardship," explaining the meaning of it. 

Key Taylor presented Mrs. Idalee McCuller, a member of the L. O. Leet 
Stewardship Revival Team. She rendered several combination vocal and piano 
numbers. 

Bishop Garber made a statement concerning the splendid work being done 
by Atlantic Christian College, Wilson, N. C. in training Methodist boys and girls. 
He then presented Dr. Arthur Winger, president of Atlantic Christian College. Dr. 
Winger presented Rev. O. L. Leet, National Stewardship Evangelist of the L. O. 
Leet Crusade of the Disciples of Christ Church. Mr. Leet spoke to the Confer- 
ence on the program of tithing in the local church. 

Announcements: Announcements were made by L. C. Vereen. 

Benediction: J. F. Herbert gave the benediction. 



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SECOND DAY— AFTERNOON SESSION 
Tuesday, June 24, 1958 

Conference Brotherhood: The annual meeting of the Conference Brotherhood 
convened at 2:30 p. m. with C. Freeman Heath, ministerial president, presiding. 
After the singing of Hymn 416, "Blest Be The Tie," C. J. Andrews led the prayer. 
R. L. Bame, Secretary and Treasurer, gave his report, and it was adopted. 

H. A. Bizzell, Jr. gave the report of the Nominating Committee, and the 
following officers were elected: C. F. Heath, President; C. S. Meekins, Lay Vice- 
President; L. L. Parrish, Ministerial Vice-President; R. L. Bame, Secretary-Treas- 
urer. The presiding officer emphasized the importance of the Brotherhood and 
urged all ministers who are not members of the Brotherhood to join at this con- 
ference. 

Anniversary of the Board of Evangelism: The anniversary of the Board of 
Evangelism was observed with W. F. Anderson, of Raleigh, president, presiding. 
Hymn No. 23, "Come Thou Fount" was sung, and C. G. McCarver led in prayer. 
Mrs. Rhett Dove sang "The Stranger of Galilee." 

H. K. King presented the report of the Board, and it was adopted. He spoke 
to the report, emphasizing the cooperation of various commissions and boards in 
improving our evangelistic work. 

Dr. Harry Denman, Executive Secretary of the General Board of Evangelism, 
addressed the Conference using the theme, "To Seek, To Save, and To Serve." The 
anniversary closed as the Conference sang "God Be With You Till We Meet Again." 

American Bible Society: I. S. McElroy, of the American Bible Society, was 
presented by Bishop Garber. He spoke to the Conference. 

Presentation: Bishop Garber presented Bishop Fred P. Corson, of the Phil- 
adelphia Area. 

Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications: Question 26, "Who are con- 
tinued on trial, and what progress have they made in their ministerial studies?" 
was called. W. M. Howard, chairman of the Board of Ministerial Training and 
Qualifications, stated that Charles Francis Eakin and James Graham White would 
be continued on trial in the four-year course of study. 

Question 29: "Who have been elected deacons?" was called. The following 
were elected: Edward Porter Armstrong, Jr., James Herbert Bailey, Clyde McGee 
Creech, Thomas Otis Fulcher, Harold Frederick Lininger, Robert Lee Mangum, 
Elbert Russell Stott, Leo Clifford Thompson, James Milan Waggoner, Neil Howard 
Thompson, James Hillary Bryant, Hal Lamar Edwards, William Robert Frost, 
William Nelson Fulford, Henry Edward Gibat, Leonard Edward Mayo, Billie 
Rudolph McCullen, Travis W. Owen, Leon Ray Sparrow, Tracie Varnum, Charles 
Edward Vause, James A. Williams. (Question called again on the Third Day, 
Morning Session.) 

Question 31: "Who have been elected elders?" was called. The following were 
elected: Ellis Jennings Bedsworth, Rene Orville Bideaux, Paul Wendell Boone, Wil- 
liam Andrew Cheyne, Horace Stanford Garris, Robert Leon Johnson, William 
Mac Jefferies, Auburn William Lore, Thomas Arnold Pope, William Kellon 
Quick, John Edwards Reed, Sr., Emerson McLean Thompson, Vernon Cephas 
Tyson, Simeon Foster Cummings, William Franklin Meacham, Jesse Cloman 
Staton, Aaron Grandison Tyson, Gordon Edmund Allen, Jr., Hyder F. Crawley, 



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William S. Davenport, William Everett Eason, R. C. Hamilton, Jr., J. D. Long, Dan 
E. Meadows, Robert McDonald Poulk, Austin Cleo Regan, Wilford D. Wise. 

Question 25: "Who are admitted on trial?" was called. The answer was: 
Thomas Otis Fulcher. 

Announcements: W. C. Wilson made announcements. 

Committee on Conference Relations: W. G. Brogan gave the report of the 
Committee on Conference Relations. It was adopted, with the addition of M. R. 
Chambers for the retired relation. 

Church Extension Survey Committee: C. W. Robbins gave the report of the 
Church Extension Survey Committee. It was adopted. 

Question 28: "Who are admitted into full connection?" was called. The answer 
was John Edwards Reed, Sr., who was absent when the class was received into 
full connection on Monday due to an accident in his home. He was received into 
full connection by Bishop Garber, assisted by Bishop Fred P. Corson. 

Long Range Planning Committee: W. L. Clegg presented the report of the 
Long Range Planning Committee. 

Section 2 of the report was amended by C. L. Warren to read "Second Sunday" 
instead of "First Sunday". He spoke to the amendment. E. L. Earnhardt, S. J. 
Starnes, and W. L. Clegg spoke against the amendment. M. K. Glover spoke con- 
cerning the amendment. After an explanation by W. L. Clegg the amendment was 
withdrawn. 

Sections 1 and 2 were adopted. (Section 3 to be acted on after the report of 
the Commission on World Service and Finance on Wednesday). 

Announcements: L. C. Vereen, R. W. Bradshaw, and Bishop Garber made 
announcements. 

Benediction: Bishop Corson gave the benediction. 



SECOND DAY— EVENING SESSION 

June 24, 1958 

At 7:15 p. m. the church organist presented a fifteen minute prelude consist- 
ing of "Hosanna in Excelsis", by Armstrong; "Finlandia", by Sibelius; and "Ario- 
so", by Bach. 

Opening: The Conference convened at 7:30 p. m. with Bishop Garber in 
the chair. Hymn No. 381, "The Church's One Foundation", was sung. 

Anniversary of the Board of Education: The anniversary of the Board of 
Education was observed, with V. E. Queen, chairman, presiding. The evening 
prayer was led by W. L. Clegg. The choir of the host church sang the anthem 
"Here in This House." Bishop Garber expressed appreciation for the work of the 
choir. 

Presentation: Bishop Garber presented Bishop W. W. Peele. Bishop Peele 
spoke briefly to the Conference. 

Duke Endowment: Bishop Garber read a statement of what the Duke En- 
dowment has done for North Carolina Methodism. He expressed gratitude for 



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what the Endowment has done. He presented A. J. Walton, the administrator of 
the Endowment, who spoke on the work. He called attention to the J. M. Ormond 
Fund, and pointed out what that Fund is doing. A. J. Walton presented V. E. Queen 
of the North Carolina Conference and Wilson Nesbitt, of the Western North Caro- 
lina Conference, recently appointed to the Duke Divinity School Faculty and work 
with the Duke Endowment. 

Bishop Garber presented Bishop Fred P. Corson, of the Philadelphia Area. 
He addressed the Conference on the theme of Christian Higher Education. 

Paul Carruth presented the report of the Conference Quadrennial Commission 
on Christian Higher Education. He moved the adoption of the report. It was 
adopted. 

C. P. Morris reported on the work of the Conference Board of Education 
staff. He introduced Mrs. V. E. Queen, who has been serving as Conference Direct- 
or of Children's Work. She will be replaced at this Conference session by W. G. 
Brogan, who was presented to the Conference by C. P. Morris. G. R. McKenzie, Jr., 
Conference Director of Youth Work, was presented. Harold D. Minor, Conference 
Director of Adult Work, was presented. The Report of Progress was discussed, 
and various groups in the Conference were asked to evaluate the report. C. H. 
Mercer reported for the Children's Work. A. J. Walton reported for the Youth 
Work. Bill Price, of Burlington, reported for the Adult Work. David Bradley also 
reported on Adult Work. A. L. G. Stephenson reported for General Church School 
Work. Alison Simington, Jr. reported for Christian Family Life. 

W. M. Wells, Jr., Director of Methodist Student Work, was presented and 
reported on his work. 

The first section of the report dealing with the Local Church was adopted. 

Announcements: Bishop Garber announced plans for Conference sessions on 
Wednesday. L. C. Vereen made announcements. 

Benediction: Wilson Nesbitt gave the benediction. 

THIRD DAY— MORNING SESSION 

Wednesday, June 25, 1958 

At 8:15 a. m. the organist of First Methodist Church, Mrs. E. T. Stallings, 
presented a fifteen minute prelude consisting of "Holy, Holy, Holy!", by Stults; 
"My Jesus, I Love Thee", by Gordon; and "My Faith Looks Up to Thee", by 
Mason. 

Opening: The Conference convened at 8:30 a. m. with Bishop Garber in the 
chair. After the singing of Hymn No. 245, "O Sometimes the Shadows Are Deep", 
D. F. Lowry led the morning prayer. 

Anniversary of the Board of Temperance: The anniversary of the Board of 
Temperance was observed with D. W. Charlton, president, presiding. He presented 
the report of the Board, and moved the adoption. J. R. Regan, Jr. spoke briefly. 
It was adopted. 

A member of Alcoholics Anonymous addressed the conference on his exper- 
ience as a member of Alcoholics Anonymous. 

D. W. Charlton made an announcement, and then introduced J. R. Regan, Jr. 

Resolutions: H. G. Ruark presented two resolutions: First: Concerning this 
Conference giving deed of trust to the lending agency, First Citizens Bank and 



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Trust Co. for land on which new student union building at Louisburg College is 
to be located, plus the driveway to the building. It was adopted. Second: Concern- 
ing trustees at Louisburg College. It was adopted. 

Chair: Bishop Garber asked Bishop Peele to take the chair and preside during 
the anniversary of the Board of Pensions. 

Anniversary of Board of Pensions: The anniversary of the Board of Pensions 
• was observed with John M. Dozier, of Durham, president, presiding. He presented 
, Barney L. Jones, who addressed the Conference. 

Privilege: W. T. Lamm, Jr., of First Church, was recognized for a personal 
1 Privilege He escorted Mrs. Paul N. Garber to the platform and presented her to 
the Conference. She spoke briefly. Bishop Peele responded. 

W. R. Stevens presented the report of the Board of Pensions. Section No 1 
was adopted. J. M. Dozier spoke concerning Section 2, and presented two repre- 
sentatives of the Presbyterian Ministers Fund, namely, James Mollenaver and 
Wesley Martin. Mr. Mollenaver was called to answer questions. 

C. L. Warren made substitute motion that we delay action on Section 2 which 

deals with group insurance plan for Conference members until present study is com- 

: pleted. It was seconded. The vote was 96 for the substitute motion and 96 against it 

C. L. Warren moved to amend provision 4 in the report. It was that if minis- 

1 ters so desire they may participate in group insurance program. The amendment 

I was lost. 

C. S. McCoy raised the question of the legality of using pension funds for 

group insurance. The chair ruled that it was legal according to the Discipline Par 

. 1630, sections 10 and 1 1. M. W. Lawrence and W. M. Jeffries spoke against section 

I 2 of the report. M. J. Cowell spoke for the report. The vote was taken and the 

vote was 96 for and 124 against, thus section No. 2 was lost. 

Bishop Garber received a check in the amount of $80.00 representing the 
i payment due the North Carolina Conference from the chartered Fund of the 
General Board of Pensions. 

Announcements: Announcements were made by J. M. Dozier and R W 

Bradshaw. 

Question 21: "Who are the approved Supply Pastors?" was called W M 
Howard, Chairman of the Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications, recom- 
mended that J. E. Mahoney, a student approved Supply Pastor in school, and John 
Wesley Langley, a full time Approved Supply Pastor, be placed on the list of 
. Approved Supply Pastors. 

Question 29: 'Who have been elected deacons?" was called. The answer was- 
(a) Theological students: George William Johnson, Peleg Dameron Midgett III 
and Edwin Lee Roach. ' 

Question 48: "Where shall the next session of the Annual Conference be held 1 ?" 
was ca led. Leon Russell spoke briefly and presented Julian Aldridge of First 
Methodist Church, Rocky Mount, who issued an invitation to meet at First Metho- 
dist Church in Rocky Mount. E. E. Atkins, of Rocky Mount, endorsed the invita- 
Ition. 
J . V. Early extended an invitation to meet in 1959 at Grace Church, Wilming- 
soke arllngt ° n spoke for the invit ation. W. J. Neese and M. C. Dunn also 



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The vote was taken, and the Conference voted to go to Grace Methodist 
Church, Wilmington, in 1959. 

The Methodist Publishing House: Bishop Garber presented J. Edgar Wash- 
abough, Associate Publisher of Together, who spoke to the Conference on the 
Magazine, Together. 

Commission on World Service and Finance: G. S. Garriss, of Troy, Chairman 
of the Commission, called on J. V. Early, Commission Secretary, who presented 
Report No. 1. J. H. Crum raised question. M. J. Cowell made reply. Report No. 
1 was adopted. 

The secretary of the Commission presented Report No. 2. It was adopted. 

Report No. 3 of the Commission was presented by J. V. Early. John Brauer, 
of Chapel Hill, spoke to Report No. 3. It was adopted. 

Report No. 4 of the Commission was presented by the secretary. It was adopt- 
ed. 

M. J. Cowell spoke on the Methodist Fund, Incorporated. He read an amend- 
ment to the charter of Methodist Fund, Inc. It was adopted. 

Board of Trustees: J. F. Coble presented the report of the Board of Trustees. 
It was adopted. 

Minimum Salary Commission: M. W. Lawrence presented the report of the 
Minimum Salary Commission. It was adopted. 

Television, Radio and Film Commission: T. A. Collins presented the Televi- 
sion, Radio and Film Commission report. Harold Minor spoke to the report. It 
was adopted. 

Board of Publications: A. J. Hobbs presented the report of the Board of Pub- 
lications. Dr. R. P. Marshall, Editor of the North Carolina Christian Advocate, 

spoke to the report. 

Announcements: Announcements were made by W. C. Wilson, Bishop Garber, 
and L. C. Vereen. 

North Carolina Council of Churches: Rev. Morton Kurtz, Executive Director 
of the North Carolina Council of Churches, spoke to the Conference. 

Benediction: The benediction was given by Morton Kurtz. 



THIRD DAY— AFTERNOON SESSION 

Wednesday, June 25, 1958 

At 2:45 p. m. the organist of the host church presented a fifteen minute 
prelude consisting of "Berceuse", by Jarnefeldt; "Prelude in C Minor", by Chopin; 
and "Elegie", by Massenet. 

Opening: The Conference convened at 3:00 p. m. with Bishop Garber in the 
chair. Bishop Garber gave the Call to Worship. Hymn No. 372, "Love Divine, All ' 
Loves Excelling" was sung, after which A. J. Hobbs led in prayer. 

The Ladies Chorus of First Methodist Church sang "Lift Thine Eyes" from ' 
"Elijah" by Mendelssohn. 

Bishop W. W. Peele preached the ordination sermon. 



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Consecration of Ministers of Music: V. E. Queen, Chairman of the Confer- 
ence Board of Education, read the names of those eligible to be consecrated as 
Ministers of Music. (For list see Board of Education Report). 

Consecration of Directors of Christian Education: V. E. Queen presented those 
to be consecrated Directors of Christian Education. Miss Charlotte Whitfield, of 
Siler City, and Mrs. W. Stanley Potter, Jr., of Beaufort were consecrated by 
Bishop Peele. 

Consecration of Deaconesses: Miss Mamiej Chandler presented two candidates 
from the Deaconess Board to be consecrated deaconesses. Miss Charlotte Whitfield 
and Miss Olene Civils were consecrated by Bishop Garber. 

Ordination of Deacons: W. C. Wilson called the names of those to be ordained 
deacons and presented them for ordination. They were ordained by Bishop Garber, 
assisted by Bishop Peele. 

Ordination of Elders: W. C. Wilson called the names of those to be ordained 
elders and presented them for ordination. They were ordained by Bishop Garber, 
assisted by Bishop Peele, W. C. Wilson, V. E. Queen, R. W. Bradshaw, W. B. 
Petteway, and the District Superintendents. 

Memorial Service: Bishop Garber presided at the Memorial Service. After 
the singing of Hymn No. 315, "How Firm a Foundation", the Memorial service 
prayer was led by W. B. Petteway. Mrs. L. T. Tharrington, of St. James Methodist 
Church, Tarboro, sang "The Ninety-First Psalm". 

Bishop Garber asked the questions 39 and 39 (a), "What ministerial members 
of the Conference, Approved Supply Pastors, and wives of ministers have died 
during the year?" W. C. Wilson, Conference Secretary, responded: 

Ministers: P. D. Woodall, R. G. L. Edwards, Daniel Lane, N. B. Strickland. 

Approved Supply Pastors: D. O. Guthrie, J. K. Worthington. 

Ministers' Wives: Mrs. W. G. Farrar, Mrs. Walter Patten, Mrs. J. M. Wright, 
Mrs. F. E. Dixon, Mrs. R. L. Spencer. 

The Memorial Address was delivered by J. F. Herbert, using the theme, "I 
Have Had A Part." The closing Hymn was No. 165, "Look Ye Saints. The Sight is 
Glorious". 

R. W. Bradshaw gave the benediction. 



THIRD DAY— EVENING SESSION 

Wednesday, June 25, 1958 

At 7:15 p. m. the church organist presented a fifteen minute prelude of organ 
music consisting of "Cavatina", by Raff; "Berceuse", by Spinney; and "Adoration" 
from "The Holy City", by Gaul. 

Opening: The Conference convened at 7:30 p. m. with Bishop Garber in the 
chair. 

Anniversary of the Board of Lay Activities: The anniversary of the Board 
of Lay Activities was observed. Bishop Garber presented J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., 
Conference Lay Leader, who presided. The Hymn No. 162, "O For A Thousand 
Tongues to Sing" was sung. A. C. Edwards, lay leader of the Goldsboro District 
led in prayer. 



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The choir of First Methodist Church sang the anthem "I Waited for the Lord" 
from the Cantata "Hymn of Praise" by Mendelssohn. 

The Conference Lay Leader presented the report of the Board of Lay Activ- 
ities. He read the list of District and Associate Lay Leaders for the Conference. 
(See Complete Roster Board of Lay Activities- — under Agencies, Boards, Commis- 
sions, and Committees, Section II.) They were elected. J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. was 
re-elected Conference Lay Leader. 

W. Jasper Smith, of Bethel, introduced the anniversary speaker, Mr. A. G. 
Jefferson, Lay Leader of the Virginia Annual Conference, who spoke to the 
Conference. 

Mrs. A. G. Jefferson was escorted to the platform and presented to the Con- 
ference. 

Board of Education: V. E. Queen, Chairman of the Board of Education, called 
on W. S. Potter, Secretary of the Board, to make Report No. 2, Section B. of the 
Board. 

W. B. Petteway presented statement on Louisburg College. 

Long Range Planning Committee: W. L. Clegg presented item 3 in the report 
of the Long Range Planning Committee. Item 3 was adopted. 

Town and Country Commission: Key W. Taylor presented the report of the 
Town and Country Commission. The report was adopted. 

Board of Social and Economic Relations: T. J. Whitehead presented the report 
of the Board of Social and Economic Relations. W. M. Jeffries moved an amend- 
ment, citing Paragraph 2026 (1) of the 1956 Discipline. Amendment was accepted 
by the chairman. 

Harmon L. Smith moved an amendment that the trustees of High Point Col- 
lege, Louisburg College, Greensboro College and Duke University be urged to ad- 
mit qualified Negro students. 

O. L. Hathaway moved that this matter be referred back to the Board. Harmon 
Smith asked that it not be referred. C. S. McCoy spoke against the amendment. 
The vote was taken, and the result was: for referral, 113; against referral, 60. The 
report was adopted. 



Ministers Credit Union: C. M. Mitchell presented Brooks Little, who spoke 
concerning the Ministers Credit Union. C. M. Mitchell spoke briefly. 

Commission on Worship: C. S. McCoy asked for reconsideration of the re- 
port of the Commission on Worship. Reference was to item 7. He moved that 
words "confirmation" and "matrimony" be stricken out. The motion carried. 

Committee on Minutes: J. D. Young reported for the Committee on Minutes. 
He reported that the minutes for the sessions of the first day of the Conference 
had been examined and approved. 

Conference Calendar of Work: C. P. Morris reported that the Calendar of 
Work will be prepared immediately after Conference. 

Announcements: Announcements were made by W. C. Wilson and T. J. 
Whitehead. 

Benediction: Bishop Peele gave the benediction. 






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FOURTH DAY— MORNING SESSION 

Thursday, June 26, 1958 

At 8:15 a. m. the organist at the host church, Mrs. E. T. Stallings, presented 
a fifteen minute prelude consisting of "Andante in G", by Stults; "Chant de Bon- 
heur", by Lemare; and "Agnus Dei", by Mozart. 

Opening: The Conference convened at 8:30 a. m. with Bishop Garber in the 
chair. 

Love Feast: The annual Love Feast was held with W. A. Cade, presiding. As- 
sisting in the service were J. A. Russell, H. I. Glass, B. O. Merritt, and I. T. Poole. 

Anniversary of Board of Hospitals and Homes: The anniversary of the Board 
of Hospitals and Homes was observed with H. P. Powell, president, presiding. B. 
F. Musser presented the report of the Board. The report was adopted. The secre- 
tary of the Board read a resolution concerning the support of disabled ministers. 
It was adopted. See Report II, Hospital and Homes. 

A chorus from the Methodist Home for Children, under the direction of Mrs. 
Louise Wilson, sang three songs. 

The chairman presented the following: J. F. Coble, Superintendent of the 
Methodist Retirement Home, who presented the report and spoke to it. It was 
adopted. 

R. L. Nicks, Superintendent of the Methodist Home for Children, who pre- 
sented the report for the Home. He spoke to the report. It was adopted. 

P. W. Aitken, Chaplain, Duke Hospital. He spoke to the Conference. 

Russell L. Dicks addressed the Conference on the subject "Our Three Fold 
Ministry". 

Fraternal Greetings: Bishop Garber presented Rev. Douglas E. Moore, pastor 
i of Durham Methodist Church, Durham, N. C, who brought fraternal greetings 
t from the North Carolina Conference of the Central Jurisdiction. 

Committee on World Peace: L. A. Watts, chairman, presented the report of 
! the Committee on World Peace. It was adopted. 

Question 6: "What is the report of the Statistician?" was called. D. D. Trayn- 
ham, Conference Statistician, gave the report. It was adopted. (See Secion IV — 
Reports, and Section VII, Statistical Exhibits.) 

Commission on World Service and Finance: J. V. Early made a supplementary 
report to Report No. 1 for the Commission on World Service and Finance. It was 
approved. 

District Conference Records: J. H. Miller, Jr. made the report for the com- 
mittee on District Conference Records. It was adopted. 

Bishop Garber called on W. C. Ball to make certain announcements. 

Moving Date: Wednesday, July 2, was recommended by Walter C. Ball, Secre- 
tary of the Cabinet, as moving date. It was adopted. 

Changes in Charge Boundaries: Walter C. Ball read Changes in Charge Bound- 
aries. It was adopted. (For detailed report see Changes in Boundaries, Section III.) 

Question 44: "Who are left without appointment to attend school?" was called. 
Walter C. Ball moved the record be filed without being read. It was adopted. The 



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list is as follows: R. S. Pullman, J. C. Alexander, Jr., J. R. Hailey, S. D. McMillan, 
Jr., Leo C. Thompson, J. D. Andrews, E. A. Stevens, W. Eastwood Atwater, Jr., 
Robert S. Barefield, Murrell K. Glover, J. Rodney Fulcher, Robert H. Gibbons, 
Jr., Harold F. Lininger, Robin J. Scroggs. 

Changes in Personnel of Boards and Commissions: Walter C. Ball read chang- 
es in memberships for the Boards and Commissions. The nominations were as 
follows: 

Board of Education: Miss Mabel Nance in place of Bill Price. Christian 
White in place of Wesley Brogan. R. G. Dawson in place of Graham Eu- 
bank. 

Board of Evangelism: Albert Folds in place of Paul Browning. Wade 
Bierces in place of W. D. Russell. Fred Avett in place of Henry E. Gibbons. 
L. C. Vereen in place of W. D. Caviness. 

Commission on Local Church Emphasis: C. P. Womack in place of 
E. L. Hillman, retired. J. W. Page in place of Graham Eubank. 

Board of Missions: Rufus Stark in place of E. L. Hillman, retired. 
George L. Jordan in place of Dr. Paul Whitaker, resigned. 

Board of Pensions: A. S. Parker in place of H. E. Myers, retired. 

Conference Board of Trustees: W. A. Tew in place of D. A. Clarke 
retired, with term expiring in 1961. C. A. Dillon and J. K. Bostick to 
succeed themselves with terms expiring in 1961. 

Commission on World Service and Finance: T. W. Heath, Jr. in place 
of C. Felix Harvey, resigned. Bill Price in place of L. S. Weaver, resigned. 

Committee on Conference Calendar of Work: G. L. Kinley in place 
of C. D. Brown. 

Committee on Conference Relations: Term expires in 1961: J. M. 
Cline, H. L. Davis, T. B. Hough. 

Board of Social and Economic Relations: W. K. Quick in place of 
K. J. Wilson, Jr., Resigned. 

Inter-Conference Commission on Student Religious Work: L. Stacey 
Weaver is added to the Commission as an additional member. 

Conference Long-Range Planning Committee: Jasper L. Cummings in 
place of Bill Price. 

Hospital and Homes: In place of Mrs. E. H. Moore, William Coble. 
The Changes in membership of committees were approved. 

Question 50: "What Changes have been made in Appointments since the last 
Conference session?" was called. Walter C. Ball moved that the record be filed j 
without reading. It was adopted. 

District Boards of Church Building and Location: Walter C. Ball moved that \ 
the record be filed without reading. It was adopted. 

District Committees on Ministerial Qualifications: Walter C. Ball moved that || 
record be filed without reading. It was adopted. 

Question 18: Question 18 was called and the following answers given to the J 



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various parts of the questions. "What local churches have been: 

a) Organized? The answer: # 
Durham District — Bethesda, Wellons Village, Chapel Hill: Amity. 
Goldsboro District — Jefferson and New Hope. 
Wilmington District — Yaupon Village, Oleander, Wrightsboro, and Riegel- 

wood 

b) Merged: The answer was: 
Rocky Mount District — Palmyra members merged with Hobgood and 

Scotland Neck. 
Wilmington District — Seagate. 

c) Discontinued? The answer was: 
Durham District — Hurdle Mills on the Mt. Tirzah Charge. 
Elizabeth City District — Harrells Church on the Gatesville Charge. 
New Bern District — Kershaw, on the Oriental Charge. 

d) Relocated and to what address? The answer was: None 

e) Transferred into this Conference from the Central Jurisdiction, and with 
what membership? The answer was: 
This year? None. 
Previously? None. 

Resolution: T. A. Collins presented a resolution regarding a Numbering Sys- 
tem for the individual churches of the conference, and moved its adoption. 

Key Taylor spoke to the resolution, giving it his endorsement with expressions 
of appreciation. 

Resolution: T. J. Whitehead presented a resolution consisting of two parts: 
1) Concerning cooperation of the Conference Boards, Social and Economic Re- 
flations, World Peace, and Temperance, in formulating plans to merge at the be- 
'ginning of the next Quadrennium, 1960-64; and the plans for such a merger to 
'be presented to the 1959 Session of the Annual Conference for consideration. 
'2) Concerning a Memorial to the 1960 General Conference to put such a merger 
into effect on all levels of the Church Program. (See Section V, Resolutions) 

Bishop Garber stated that the resolution was composed of two parts, and each 
would be considered separately. 

Amendment: D. W. Charlton, speaking to part one of the resolution, offered 
an amendment. He moved that it be referred to the three boards concerned for 
joint study. The motion was seconded. 

L. A. Watts spoke for the amendment. 
Harold Minor spoke against the amendment. 
C. D. Barclift spoke for the amendment. 
O. L. Hathaway spoke against the amendment. 
W. N. Jeffries spoke for the amendment. 

Vote: Vote was taken on the Charlton amendment to refer part one of the 
Whitehead resolution, and it was adopted. 

Bishop Garber called for consideration of part two of the Whitehead resolu- 
ion. 

Amendment: W. M. Jeffries moved to amend by deleting the words "General 



100 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Conference" from the resolution. The motion was seconded. 

L. A^Watts spoke against the resolution 
J. R. Regan, Jr., spoke for the resolution 
A. J. Walton raised a point of order which was sustained 

by the Chair — that a Report (Memorial) was being considered on the floor of the 

Conference before going to the proper committee (Committee on Memorials) for 

study. 

T. J. Whitehead moved that part two of the resolution be 

referred to the Conference Committee on Memorials to the General Conference. 

(Committee to be appointed by the Cabinet at the 1959 Session of the Annual 

Conference.) The motion was seconded. 

Vote: The vote was taken on referral of part two, and the motion was adopted. 

Amendment withdrawn: W. M. Jeffries withdrew his amendment to delete • 
"General Conference" from the resolution. 

Vote: The vote was then taken on the Whitehead resolution as amended, and ll 
it was adopted. 

Board of Social and Economic Relations: T. J. Whitehead, speaking for the 
Board of Social and Economic Relations, reported that from the session of that 
Board held last evening it was thought best to continue further study with the 
presidents and trustees of the several colleges concerned. 

Harmon Smith spoke for the recommendation. W. L. Clegg spoke for the 
recommendation. It was adopted. 

Bishop's Committee on Architecture: C. D. Barclift presented statement con- 
cerning Church Architecture, and included the committee, The Bishop's Committee 
on Architecture, named for work in this field. He recommended that it be printed 
in the Conference Journal. It was approved. (The Committee is listed under Or- 
ganizations, Section II.) 

Question 1: "Who are elected for the quadrennium?" was called. Secretary, 
W. C. Wilson; Statistician, D. D. Traynham; Treasurer, M. J. Cowell. 

Question 2: "Is the Conference Incorporated?" was called. The answer was 

"No." 

Question 3: (a) "What officers handling funds of the Conference have been 
bonded, and in what amount?" was called. The answer: The Conference Treasurer, 
in the amount of $100,000.00. 

Question 4: "Have the Conference Boards, Commissions, and Committees 
been appointed and elected?" was called. The answer was: "Yes." 

Question 5: "Have the secretaries, treasurers, and statisticians kept their re- ij 
spective records upon and according to the forms prescribed by the Methodist 
Church?" was called. The answer was: "Yes." 

Resolution: E. C. Crawford presented resolution concerning reports. W. C. 
Wilson spoke, stating certain problems involved in printing the reports. 

E. C. Crawford spoke for the resolution. 
W. C. Wilson spoke again. 
The resolution was not adopted. 



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Committee on Minutes: J. D. Young presented a report on minutes. It was 
adopted. 

Resolutions: C. G. Megill presented resolution concerning memorial to Gen- 
eral Conference with reference to lay representation being equal to that of clerical. 
It was adopted and referred to Committee on Memorials to General Conference to 
be appointed at 1959 Session of the Annual Conference. 

Announcements: L. C. Vereen, W. C. Wilson, and Mr. A. R. White made 
announcements. 

Offering: An offering was received. 

Committee on Resolutions: J. V. Early gave the report of the Committee on 
Resolutions expressing gratitude to the members of First Methodist Church and 
people of the city of Wilson. It was adopted. 

Infant Baptism: Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Mitchell presented their daughter, Mary 
Anne, for Christian baptism. The rite was administered by Bishop Garber. 

Question 51: "Where are the preachers stationed for the ensuing year?" was 
called. Bishop Garber read the appointments. (See appointments.) 

Benediction: After the singing of one stanza of "God Be With You Till We 
Meet Again", Bishop Garber pronounced the benediction, and the 1958 session 
of the North Carolina Annual Conference was concluded. 

Qui % i^ju^ 

President 

\ Secretary 

The Committee on Daily Minutes has examined the Minutes of all Sessions 
of the Annual Conference of 1958, and they are correct and approved. 



J. D. Young 
G. W. Crutchfield 
C. F. Guill 
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CONDENSED MINUTES 

THE BUSINESS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

(Paragraph 651, 1956 Discipline) 

The Minutes of the North Carolina Annual Conference held in Wilson, 
North Carolina from June 23rd, 1958 through June 26th, 1958, Bishop Paul N. 
Garber presiding. Date When Organized, 1835. Number of This Session, 123rd. 

PART I. ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL BUSINESS 

1. Who are elected for the quadrennium: 

Secretary? W. Carleton Wilson, P. O. Box 630, Tarboro, N. C. 
Statistician? D. D. Traynham, Jackson, N. C. 
Treasurer? Marvin J. Cowell, Box 10344, Raleigh, N. C. 

Office Address: 2013 Clark Avenue, Cameron Village 

2. Is the Annual Conference incorporated? No. 

3. Bond and auditing: 

a) What officers handling funds of the Conference have been bonded, and 

in what amounts? Fidelity Bond in Employers Mutual Casualty Company, 
Des Moines, Iowa, to cover Conference Treasurer in the amount of 
$100,000; Stenographer-Clerk $25,000; other office employees and 
Treasurers of other Special Conference Funds to a minimum amount of 
$10,000. 

b) Have the books of said officers of persons been audited? Yes 

4. Have the Conference Boards, Commissions, and Committees been appointed 
or elected: 

a) Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications? Yes. 

b) Committee on Conference Relations? Yes. 

c) District Committees on Ministerial Qualifications? Yes. 

d) Committee of Investigation? Yes. 

e) District Boards of Church Location and Building? Yes. 

f) Board of Trustees of the Annual Conference? Yes. 

g) Commission on World Service and Finance? Yes. 
h) Commission on Town and Country Work? Yes. 
i) Deaconess Board? Yes. 

j) Board of Missions? Yes. 

k) Board of Education? Yes. 

1) Board of Temperance? Yes. 
m) Board of Lay Activities? Yes. 

n) Board of Hospitals and Homes? Yes. 

o) Board of Evangelism? Yes. 

p) Board of Pensions? Yes. 

q) Commission on Christian Vocations? Yes. 

r) Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service? Yes. 

s) Commission on Minimum Salaries? Yes. 

t) Commission on Promotion and Cultivation? Yes. 

u) Committee on Reserve Pensions? Yes. 

v) Quadrennial Committee on Local Church Goals? Yes. 
w) Optional Commissions and Committees? Yes. 



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5. Have the secretaries, treasurers, and statisticians kept their respective records 
upon and according to the forms prescribed by The Methodist Church? Yes. 

6. What is the report of the statisticians? (See Section IV and VII) 

7. What is the report of the treasurer? (See Section IV and VI) 

8. What are the reports of the district superintendents as to the status of the 
work within their districts? (See Section IV) 

9. What is the schedule of minimum salaries for pastors? $3,100 for a single 
minister serving full time; $3,400 for a married minister serving full time; 
$3,800 for a married minister with dependent children serving full time; 
For student pastors the salary supported at the following minimum levels: 
$1,800 for a single minister serving as a student pastor; $2,000 for a married 
minister serving as a student pastor; $2,200 for a married minister with one 
dependent child serving as a student pastor; $2,400 for a married minister 
with two or more dependent children serving as a student pastor. In addition 
to this support for student pastors, their salary shall be increased by an al- 
lowance relative to the distance of their charge from the school they attend. 
When the charge is within 25 miles of the school, it shall be increased by 
$100.00. When the charge is between 25 and 50 miles from the school, it 
shall be increased by $200.00; when the charge is beyond 50 miles and with- 
in 75 miles of the school, $300.00; when the charge is beyond 75 miles and 
within 100 miles of the school $400.00; and when the charge is beyond 100 
miles, $500.00 as a maximum increment. 

10. What is the plan and what are the approved claims for the support of the 
district superintendents for the ensuing year? A sum equal to 5Vi % of current 
pastor's salary or $8400.00, including travel. 

What amount has been apportioned to the pastoral charges within the Con- 
ference to be raised for the support of Conference claimants? An amount 
equal to 16% of the pastor's salary. (See Board of Pension Report, Section 
IV) 

12. What are the apportionments to this Conference? (See Report of Commission 
on World Service, Section IV, Fund #7, Benevolences) 

a) For the World Service Fund? $143,342. 

b) For the Episcopal Fund? $30,500. 

c) For the General Administration Fund? $8,070. 

d) For the Interdenominational Co-operation Fund? $6,389. 

e) For the Jurisdictional Administration Fund? $9,906. 

13. What is the percentage division between world service and conference benev- 
olences for the current year: World service? 54%; Conference benevolences? 
46%. 

14. What are the reports, recommendations, and plans of the conference agencies: 

a) What is the report of the Board of Pensions and what appropriations for 
conference claimants are reported and approved? See report, Section IV, 
"Statement of Prospective Distribution"; See Conference Treasurer's Report, 
Section VI, Schedule D. 

b) What is the report of the Board of Missions of disbursements of missionary 
aid within the Conference? See Report of Conference Treasurer, Section VI, 
Schedule J and J-l. 



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c) What is the report of the Commission on World Service and Finance? See 
report, Section IV; See Section VI. 

d) What is the report of the Commission on Christian Vocations? See report, 
Section IV. 

e) What are the other reports? See reports, Section IV. 

15. What Methodist institutions or organizations are approved by the Conference 
for annuity responsibility? The Methodist Home for Children, Inc., Raleigh, 
N. C; The North Carolina Christian Advocate, Greensboro, N. C. (See 
Report Board of Pensions) 

16. What date is determined for Golden Cross Enrollment Sunday? No date set 
for enrollment. $26,300.00 allocated to this Fund, 1958-59. 

17. Conference Lay Leader: 

a) Name? J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson, N. C. 

b) What is his report? See report, Section IV, (Board of Lay Activities) 

c) Who are district and associate district lay leaders? (See complete roster 
Board of Lay Activities — Under Organization of Agencies, Boards and Com- 
missions, and Committees, Section II.) 

18. What local churches have been: 

a) Organized? Durham District — Bethesda, Wellons Village, Chapel Hill: 
Amity Goldsboro District — Jefferson and New Hope. 

Wilmington District — Yaupon Village, Oleander, Wrightsboro, and Riegel- 
wood. 

b) Merged: Rocky Mount District — Palmyra merged with Hobgood and Scot- 
land Neck. 

Wilmington District — Seagate merged with New Oleander Church and placed 
on Epworth Charge. 

c) Discontinued? Durham District — Hurdle Mills on the Mt. Tirzah Charge. 
Elizabeth City District — Harrells Church on the Gatesville Charge. 

New Bern District — Kershaw on the Oriental Charge. 

d) Relocated, and to what address? None. 

e) Transferred into this Conference from the Central Jurisdiction, and with 
what membership? This year? None. Previously? None. 



PART II. PERTAINING TO MINISTERIAL RELATIONS 

19. Are all the ministerial members of the conference blameless in their life and 
official administration? Yes. 

20. Who constitute the Conference Committee of Investigation? A. P. Brantley. 
Convener; J. M. Cline, George Blount. C. E. Vale, L. A. Tilley, J. P. Pegg; 
Alternates: R. Z. Newton, R. L. Bame, T. R. Jenkins. 

21. Who are approved supply pastors: 

a) Student approved supply pastors?, and in what schools are they enrolled? 

b) Part-time approved supply pastors, and what progress has each made in 
the course of study? 

c) Full-time approved supply pastors, and what progress has each made in 
the course of study? (See Roll and Record of Approved Supply Pastors, Sec- 
tion II) 



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12 What approved supply pastors are credited with annuity claim on account 
of full-time service during the past year? (See Report — Board of Pensions, 
Section IV, also Roll and Record of Approved Supply Pastors, Section II) 

13. What preachers, coming from other evangelical churches, have had their 
orders recognized: 

a) As local deacons? Samuel Lee Wood. 

b) As local elders? Stanley Stuart Sneed. 

54. Who have been admitted from other evangelical churches as traveling preach- 
ers: 

a) As members on trial: Deacons? Lee Allen Phillips 

Elders? William Frank Medlin, Virgil N. Moore, Paul B. Scott, Jr. 

b) As members in full connection: Deacons? No one. 

15. Who are admitted on trial: 

a) With degrees from approved colleges and credits from approved schools of 
theology? Edward Porter Armstrong, Jr., James Herbert Bailey, Clyde McGee 
Creech, Thomas Otis Fulcher, George William Johnson, Harold Frederick 
Lininger, Robert Lee Mangum, Richard Hubbard Peterson, Edwin Lee 
Roach, Elbert Russell Stott, Leo Clifford Thompson, James Milan Waggoner. 

b) With degrees from colleges not accredited by the University Senate and 
credits from approved schools of theology? No one. 

c) With degrees from approved colleges and completion of the introductory 
studies for the ministry? Robert Abner McLean. 

d) With partial college credit, completion of the four-year course of study, 
and six years service as approved supply pastors? David Morrill Tyson. 

56. Who are continued on trial; and what progress have they made in their min- 
isterial studies: 

a) In approved schools of theology? 

b) In the four-year course of study? 

c) In the two years of special study? (See Roll, "Preachers on Trial" — 
Section II) 

11. Who on trial are discontinued? James David Andrews. 

IS. Who are admitted into full connection? Ellis Jennings Bedsworth, Rene 
Orville Bideaux, Paul Wendell Boone, William Andrew Cheyne, Horace 
Stanford Garris, William Mac Jefferies, Robert Leon Johnson, Auburn Wil- 
liam Lore, William Franklin Meacham, Thomas Arnold Pope, William Kel- 
lon Quick, John Edwards Reed, Jesse Cloman Staton, Emerson McLean 
Thompson, Aaron Crandison Tyson, Vernon Cephas Tyson. 

19. Who have been elected deacons: 

a) Theological students? Edward Porter Armstrong, Jr., James Herbert Bailey. 
Clyde McGee Creech, Thomas Otis Fulcher, George William Johnson, Harold 
Frederick Lininger, Robert Lee Mangum, Peleg Dameron Midgett, III, Ed- 
win Lee Roach, Wilbert Russell Stott, Leo Clifford Thompson, James Milan 
Waggoner. 

b) Members on trial in the course of study? Neil Howard Thompson. 

c) Approved supply pastors? James Hillary Bryant, Hal Lamar Edwards, 
William Robert Frost, William Nelson Fulford, Henry Edward Gibat, Leon- 
ard Edward Mayo, Billie Rudolph McCullen, Travis W. Owen, Leon Ray 
Sparrow, Tracie Varnum, Charles Edward Vause, James A. Williams. 



106 North Carolina Annual Conference 

d) Other local preachers? No one. 

e) Missionaries? No one. 

f) Chaplains? No one. 

30. Who have been ordained deacons? See Certificate of Ordination, Section III. 

3 1 . Who have been elected elders: 

a) Theological graduates? Ellis Jennings Bedsworth, Rene Orville Bideaux, 
Paul Wendell Boone, William Andrew Cheyne, Horace Stanford Garris. 
Robert Leon Johnson, William Mac Jeffries, Auburn William Lore, Thomas 
Arnold Pope, William Kellon Quick, John Edwards Reed, Sr., Emerson Mc- 
Lean Thompson, Vernon Cephas Tyson. 

b) Course of study graduates? Simeon Foster Cummings, William Franklin 
Meacham, Jesse Cloman Staton, Aaron Grandison Tyson. 

c) Approved supply pastors? Gordon Edmund Allen, Jr., Hyder F. Crawley, 
William S. Davenport, William Everett Eason, R. C. Hamilton, Jr., J. D. 
Long, Dan E. Meadows, Robert McDonald Poulk, Austin Cleo Regan, Wil- 
ford D. Wise. 

d) Other local preachers? No one. 

e) Missionaries? No one. 

f) Chaplains? No one. 

32. Who have been ordained Elders? See Certificate of Ordination, Section III. 

33. Who have been admitted or ordained to accommodate other conferences: 

a) Admitted: On trial? No one. 

Into full connection? No one. 

b) Ordained after election by this conference: Deacons? No one. 
Elders? No one. 

c) Ordained after election by other conferences: Deacons? No one. 

Elders? No one. 

34. Who are readmitted: 

a) As deacons? No one. 

b) As elders? No one. 

35. What retired members have been made effective? No one. 

36. Who have been received by transfer? John R. Blue, St. Louis Conference, 
June 1, 1958; Paul W. Boone, Virginia Conference, December 1, 1957; 
Charles F. Eakin, Virginia Conference, March 12, 1958; Durward T. Good- 
win, West Virginia Conference, June 1, 1958; Wallace T. Green, North 
Georgia Conference, June 15, 1958; Robert D. Wood, Kansas Conference, 
June 15, 1958. 

37. Who have been transferred out? William Ray Bailey, Kansas, June 1, 1958; 
Harry Buckingham, Virginia, April 28, 1958; William A. Cheyne, North 
Arkansas, June 11, 1958; J. A. Couchman, Virginia, June 9, 1958; Robert 
C. Hastings, Virginia, June 9, 1958; Earl Edwin Henley, Jr., Virginia, June 9, 
1958; W. H. Montgomery, Virginia, June 28, 1958; J. Kern Ormond, New 
Mexico, May 15, 1958, Thomas H. Swofford, Jr., Western North Carolina, 
June 8, 1958; Earl S. Tyson, Virginia, December 1, 1957, Robert Wallace, 
Kentucky, June 9, 1958. 



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Who have had their conference membership terminated: 

a) By voluntary location? No one. 

b) By involuntary location? No one. 

c) By withdrawal? No one. 

d) By judicial procedure (expelled)? No one. 

Deceased: 

a) What ministerial members have died during the year? 
Retired: Preston D. Woodall, R. G. L. Edwards, Daniel Lane, Nathan B. 
Strickland. 
Effective: No one. 
On Trial: No one. 

b) What approved supply pastors have died during the year? Douglas O. 
Guthrie, J. K. Worthington (Retired). 

c) What deaconesses have died during the year? No one. 

40. Who are the supernumerary ministers, and for what number of years con- 
secutively has each held this relation? No one. 

41. Who are granted sabbatical leave? No one. 

What ministerial members have been retired: 

a) This Year? Martin R. Chambers, D. A. Clarke, E. L. Hillman, H. E. Myers. 

b) Previously? A. S. Barnes, W. C. Benson, E. F. Boone, J. J. Boone, J. W. 
Bradley, W. H. Brown, W. A. Cade, E. R. Clegg, John Cline, E. G. Cowan, 
J. D. Crawford, Frank Culbreth, H. G. Cuthrell, W. L. Dawson, J. W. 
Dimmett, E. D. Dodd, E. C. Durham, F. K. Duvall, D. E. Earnhardt, 
W. F. Elliott, H. C. Ewing, W. G. Farrar, Paul H. Fields, R. N. Fitts, 
M. O. Fletcher, H. I. Glass, C. W. Guthrie, E. M. Hall, L. M. Hall, J. C. 
Harmon, L. D. Hayman, H. L. Hendricks, Robert L. Hethcox, J. W. 
Hoyle, B. T. Hurley, J. B. Hurley, H. E. Lance, T. W. Lee, J. O. Long, 
F. S. Love, G. W. Lowe, D. F. Lowry, F. R. Lowery, W. L. Loy, E. C. 
Maness, Paul N. Maness, W. L. Maness, W. C. Martin, L. G. Massey, 
O. C. Melton, W. T. Phipps, Ivey T. Poole, H. B. Porter, I. S. Richmond, 
C. T. Rogers, John A. Russell, M. Y. Self, D. M. Sharpe, B. B. Slaughter, 
J. L. Smith, H. E. Spence, G. B. Starling, H. F. Surratt, J. A. Thorpe, 
C. T. Thrift. W. J. Underwood, W. N. Vaughan, R. L. Vickery, R. D. 
Wellons, B. M. Williams. 

What approved supply pastors have been retired: 

a) This year? No one. 

b) Previously? P. M. Porter, W. J. Freeman 

44. Who are appointed to attend school? J. C. Alexander, Jr., W. Eastwood At- 
water, Jr., Robert S. Barefield, J. Rodney Fulcher, Robert H. Gibbons, Jr.. 
Murrell K. Glover, J. R. Harley, Harold F. Linieger, S. D. McMillan, Jr., 
R. S. Pullman, Robin J. Scroggs, E. A. Stevens, Leo C. Thompson. 

45. What is the number of: a) General Information: Pastoral charges: 447; Ap- 
proved supply pastors? 149; Received on trial? 14; Received into full con- 
nection? 16; Transferred in? 7; Transferred out? 11; Received from other 
evangelical churches? 6; Readmitted? No one; Discontinued? 1; Withdrawn? 
No one; Expelled? No one; Located? No one; Deceased? 4; Local preachers? 
112; Women under appointment? 4 (Deaconesses); Retired made effective? 



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No one; Retired serving as supply pastors? 3; District parsonages? 9; Total 
value $233,000.00; Indebtedness? $35,500.00. 

b) Ministerial members: 1) On trial: a) As pastors? 57; b) Under special 
appointment? 2; c) Appointed to attend school? 8; Total on trial? 67; 2) In full 
connection: a) Effective: i) As pastors and district superintendents? 265, ii) 
Under special appointment? 70; (iii) Appointed to attend school? 5; (iv) On 
sabbatical leave? No one, Total effective? 340. b) Retired? 78; Supernumer- 
ary? No one; Total ministerial members: 485. 

46. What other personal notation should be made? Approved by the Confer- 
ence Board of Pensions, the Journal Record of approved service years 
will be adjusted for the following: Van T. Crawford; W. F. Meacham; Ralph 
H. Lewis; John Everette Wood. 

PART III. CONCLUDING BUSINESS 

47. What are the detailed objectives of this conference for the coming year? 
(See supplementary reports.) 

48. Where shall the next conference session be held? Grace Methodist Church, 
Wilmington, North Carolina. 

49. Is there any other business? No. 

50. What changes have been made in appointments since last Annual Conference 
Session? See report, "Changes Made in Appointments Between Conference 
Sessions", Section III. 

51. Where are the preachers stationed for the ensuing year? (See list of appoint- 
ments.) 



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CERTIFICATE OF ORDINATION 



DEACONS 

This is to certify that in First Methodist Church, Wilson, North 
Carolina, on Wednesday afternoon, June 25, 1958, following the Ordina- 
tion Sermon by Bishop W. W. Peele, and with the assistance of Bishop 
W. W. Peele, I ordained the following preachers of the North Carolina 
Annual Conference to the order of deacon in The Methodist Church: 



Edward Porter Armstrong, Jr. 
James Herbert Bailey 
James Hillary Bryant 
Clyde McGee Creech 
Thomas Otis Fulcher 
William Nelson Fulford 
William Robert Frost 
Henry Edward Gibat 
George William Johnson 
Harold Frederick Lininger 
Billie Rudolph McCullen 
Robert Lee Mangum 



Leonard Edward Mayo 
Peleg Dameron Midgett, III 
Travis W. Owen 
Edwin Lee Roach 
Leon Ray Sparrow 
Elbert Russell Stott 
Leo Clifford Thompson 
Neil Howard Thompson 
Tracie Varnum 
James Milan Waggoner 
James A. Williams 
*Lee Allen Phillips 



Vows administered without imposition of hands 



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North Carolina Annual Conference 



CERTIFICATE 


OF ORDINATION 


ELDERS 


This is to certify that in First Methodist Church, Wilson, North 
Carolina, on Wednesday afternoon, June 25, 1958, following the Ordina- 
tion Sermon by Bishop W. W. Peele, and with the assistance of Bishop 
W. W. Peele and the district superintendents, I ordained the following 
preachers of the North Carolina Annual Conference to the office of elder 
in The Methodist Church: 


Gordon Edmund Allen, Jr. 


William Franklin Meacham 


Ellis Jennings Bedsworth 


Dan E. Meadows 


Rene Orville Bideaux 


Thomas Arnold Pope 


Paul Wendell Boone 


Robert McDonald Poulk 


William Andrew Cheyne 


William Kellon Quick 


Hyder F. Crawley 


John Edwards Reed, Sr. 


Simeon Foster Cummings 


Austin Cleo Regan 


William S. Davenport 


Jesse Cloman Staton 


William Everett Eason 


Emerson McLean Thompson 


Horace Stanford Garris 


Aaron Grandison Tyson 


R. C. Hamilton, Jr. 


Vernon Cephas Tyson 


William Mac Jeffries 


Wilford D. Wise 


Robert Leon Johnson 


* Virgil Nathanael Moore 


J. D. Long 


* Stanley Stuart Snead 


Auburn William Lore 


*Paul Batteaux Scott, Jr. 


: Vows administered without imposition of hands 



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APPOINTMENTS 
1958-1959 



BURLINGTON DISTRICT— 44 
District Superintendent, Allen P. Brantley (5) 

Bethel Denver Stone (AS) 3 

Bonlee John Durkovich (AS) 2 

Broadway C. V. Bryant (AS) 1 

Burlington : 

Davis Street D. J. Reid 3 

Associate J. C. Stanford 1 

Faith Christian White 1 

Front Street E. B. Fisher 3 

Grace Harmon L. Smith, Jr. 4 

St. Paul Rufus Stark 1 

Trinity N. L. Jones 3 

Webb Avenue J. K. Bostick 1 

West Burlington W. A. Tew 3 

Burlington Circuit J. E. Wood (AS) 2 

Carthage W. E. Howard 2 

' Center , , H. T. Wilson (AS) 1 

Cobb Circuit H. L. Harris 3 

Fairview E. E. Whitley 2 

'Friendship E. R. Meekins 1 

Glendon Jefferson Davis (AS) 2 

Goldston J. T. Banks 1 

Graham T. J. Whitehead 5 

;Haw River Randall Baker 2 

.Leasburg H. H. Hodgin, Jr. 1 

Mebane C. H. Mercer 3 

Milton W. F. Meacham 10 

Moncure D. C. Boone 1 

iMt. Hermon M. W. Warren 1 

Pittsboro H. S. Garris 1 

Pittsboro Circuit C. C. Capps (AS) 2 

Bobbins J. C. Chaffin 2 

Robbins Circuit McD. McLamb 1 

Associate W. C. Pettibon (AS) 1 

rtock Creek George Johnson 1 

Salem-Chapel R. Z. Newton 3 

3anf ord : 

Jonesboro Heights W. L. Freeman 2 

Steele Street W. S. Potter 5 

Trinity J. F. Minnis 1 

3anford Circuit Marvin Gaster (AS) 1 

Saxapahaw R. E. Garland 3 

3iler City C. P. Womack 1 

Siler City Circuit O. B. Isenhour (AS) 1 

Silk Hope J. C. Gilland (AS) 3 

Swepsonville K. E. Beane 1 

Jnion-Hebron l J. C. Shore (AS) 2 

Vhitney-Cross J. M. Waggoner 2 

fanceyville W. W. Bishop 1 

Staff, Editorial Division, General Board of Education, Frank Weir 

uhaplain, United States Air Force, F. M. Patterson 

Director, Wesley Foundation, Radford College, S. G. Dodson, Jr. 

Professor, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, J. L. Allen 

Missionary to Africa, E. F. Smith 

Missionary to Brazil, J. W. Goodwin 

District Director of Christian Vocations, N. L. Jones 

District Director of Evangelism, W. E. Howard 



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District Director of Golden Cross, E. R. Meekins 
District Missionary Secretary, D. J. Reid 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, Christian White 
District Director of Temperance, R. E. Garland 
District Director Town and Country Work, H. L. Harris 

Retired: D. A. Clarke, E. R. Clegg, John Cline, J. D. Cranford, W. L. Maness, 
W. J. Underwood 



DURHAM DISTRICT— 51 
District Superintendent, C. D. Barclift (3) 

Allensville -Trinity H. Arthur Phillips, Jr. 4 

Andrews-Soapstone Henry E. Riley, Jr. (AS) 2 

Bahama W. K. Quick 4 

Bethesda E. E. Boyd (AS) 2 

Brooksdale-Brookland Paul H. Wragg 5 

Butner R. B. Claytor (AS) 1 

Bynum F. I. Lloyd, Jr. (AS) 1 

Carrboro A. S. Parker 1 

Cedar Grove (Chatham County) G. A. Tanner (AS) 1 

Cedar Grove (Orange County) R. H. Petersen 1 

Chapel Hill: 

Aldersgate A. Kimsey King, Jr. 4 

Amity A. Mickey Fisher (AS) 1 

University Church C. S. Hubbard 6 

Chapel Hill Circuit Key W. Taylor 2 

Creedmoor Morris J. Byers (AS) 3 

Durham: 

Aldersgate T. O. Fulcher 1 

Asbury L. C. Vereen 1 

Bethany j. e. Sponenberg 2 

Branson C. V. Elkins 1 

Calvary J. H. Miller 2 

Carr H. B. Lewis 5 

Duke Memorial R. W. Bradshaw 1 

Minister of Education _. E. C. Shoaf 2 

Duke's Chapel C. E. Vale 2 

Epworth Kelly J. Wilson, Jr. 2 

Lakewood A. L. Chaplin 5 

Maybrook-Massey W. P. Carlton (AS) 1 

McMannen Chapel D. E. Earnhardt (RS) 2 

St. John M. L. Husted 2 

St. Paul W. D. Caviness 2 

Trinity M. W. Lawrence 3 

Wellons Village S. H. Wolf 2 

Efland-Lebanon W. A. Jarrett (AS) 2 

Eno-Palmer's Grove Rue Wesley (AS) 3 

Fletcher's Chapel O. H. Ripley, Jr. (AS) 2 

Gray Rock P. r. Randolph (AS) 1 

Hillsboro 3. T. Kimbrough, Jr. (AS) 1 

Merritts-Ebenezer r. n. Robertson (AS) 1 

Mt. Sylvan r. h. Love 3 

Mt. Tirzah W. A. Giles (AS) 4 

New Sharon L. R. Schmitz (AS) 1 

Orange Gayle T. Alexander 1 

Oxford j. d. Young 2 

Oxford Circuit p. D. Midgett, III 3 

Person A. M. Williams 3 

Pleasant Green W. P. Weaver (AS) 1 

Rougemont C. Alison Simonton, Jr. 4 

Roxboro: 

Ca-Vel T.E.Jennings (AS) 1 

Grace-Longhurst W. A. Seawell 1 

Long Memorial A. L. Thompson 3 



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Stem-Bullock W. E. Knight (AS) 3 

Walnut Grove N. A. Desrosiers 1 

Assistant to Chaplain, North Carolina State Hospital, B. C. Black 
Assistant Dean, Trinity College, Duke University, Barney Lee Jones 
Associate Director, General Conference Commission on Christian Higher Education, 

D. D. Holt 
Associate Editor, The Upper Room, B. B. Little 

Chaplain, Methodist Students, Duke University, Arthur Brandenburg- 
Chaplain, United States Army, W. K. Anderson 
Chaplain, United States Army, A. C. Edens, Jr. 
Chaplain, United States Army, John E. Reed 
Chaplain, Veterans Administration, W. K. Barrs 
Deaconess, (On Leave) Durham, Sarah McCracken 
Director, Adult Work, Conference Board of Education, H. D. Minor 
Director, Children's Work, Conference Board of Education, W. G. Brogan 
Director, Department of Student Work, General Board of Temperance, J. Robert 

Regan, Jr. 
Director, Public Relations, Greensboro College, C. R. Cahow 

Director, Wesley Foundation, University of North Carolina, Robert L. Johnson 
Director, Youth Work, Conference Board of Education, G. R. McKenzie, Jr. 
Executive Secretary, Conference Board of Education, C. P. Morris 
Missionary to Austria, J. P. Bartak 
Missionary to Brazil, C. B. Dawsey, Jr. 
Professor, Duke University, D. G. Bradley 
Professor, Duke University, C. L. Manschreck 
Professor, Duke University, R. T. Osborn 
Professor, Duke University, R. H. Sales 

Professor, Duke University Divinity School, R. E. Cushman 
Professor, Duke University Divinity School, R. L. Dicks 
Professor, Duke University Divinity School, V. E. Queen 
Professor, Duke University Divinity School, J. J. Rudin, II 
Professor, Duke University Divinity School, A. J. Walton 

Professor, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, E. M. Gitiin 
Resident Advisor, University of Florida, Joel D. Savell 
Staff, Library, Duke University Divinity School, Isawo Tanaka 

Student, Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Lakewood QC, R. C. Pullman 
Student, Duke University Divinity School, Trinity QC, J. C. Alexander, Jr. 
Student, Duke University Divinity School, St. John QC, J. R. Hailey 
Student, Duke University Divinity School, Trinity QC. S. D. McMillan, Jr. 
Student, Duke University Divinity School, Long Memorial QC, L. C. Thompson 
Student, Union Theological Seminary, University Church QC, E. A. Stevens 
Superintendent, Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc., J. F. Coble 
Superintendent, Oxford Masonic Orphanage, A. D. L. Gray 
Conference Missionary Secretary, M. W. Lawrence 
District Director of Christian Vocations, R. W. Bradshaw 
District Director of Evangelism, W. K. Quick. 
District Director of Golden Cross, Kelly J. Wilson, Jr. 
District Missionary Secretary, L. C. Vereen 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, J. E. Sponenberg 
District Director of Temperance, N. B. Lewis 
District Director of Town and Country Work, A. M. Williams 

Retired: J. J. Boone, M. R. Chambers, E. G. Cowan, K. F. Duval, D. E. Earnhardt, 
P. H. Fields, R. N Fitts, H. I. Glass, L. M. Hall, E. L. Hillman, J. W. Hoyle, H. E. Lance, 
T. W. Lee, L. S. Massey, W. V. McRae, H. E. Myers, W. T. Phipps, I. T. Poole, H. 

B. Porter, D. M. Sharpe, B. B. Slaughter, J. L. Smith, H. E. Spence, H. Freo Surratt, 

C. T. Thrift, B. M. Williams. 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT— 37 
District Superintendent, C. Freeman Heath (6) 

Ahoskie C. J. Andrews 2 

Bath Dan E. Meadows (AS) 3 

Belhaven Oscar S. Williams (AS) 1 

Chowan Frank Fortescue (AS) 2 

Columbia j. M. Carroll (AS) 2 



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Creswell Rufus Smithson (AS) 2 

Currituck W. Robert Frost (AS) 3 

Dare G. M. Kelley (AS) 2 

Edenton J. E. Richardson 5 

Elizabeth City: 

Brite Meadows Paul E. Moss (AS) 1 

City Road G. W. Crutchfield . 3 

First O. K. Ingram 5 

Riverside R. T. Commander _ 6 

Gatesville R. N. Knight 3 

Harrellsville Vassar Jones (AS) 5 

Hatteras L. R. Sparrow (AS) 3 

Hertford J. A. Auman 3 

Kennakett G. T. Goodwin 1 

Kitty Hawk S. S. Sneed (AS) 1 

Manteo L. A. Aitken 4 

Mattamuskeet A. M. Cameron 5 

Moyock R. D. Ricks, Jr. (AS) 3 

Murfreesboro F. O. Fitzgerald, Jr. 2 

New Hope-Woodland W. E. Pickett 2 

Newland-Grace W. F. Medlin 1 

North Gates H. Worth Pearce 2 

Pasquotank L. C. Bissett (AS) 2 

Perquimans A. N. Gore, Jr. 1 

Plymouth A. D. Byrd, Jr. 1 

Roper J. A. Williams (AS) 1 

South Camden B. E. Bingham 1 

South Mills _ Irvin Cook 2 

Swan Quarter Robert Bundy 2 

Union W. N. Fulford (AS) 2 

Wanchese C. L. Warren 2 

Washington: First C. G. McCarver 1 

Washington Circuit W. Everett Eason (AS) 3 

Chaplain Duke University Hospital, P. W. Aitken 

District Director, Christian Vocations, J. A. Auman 

District Director of Evangelism, C. G. McCarver 

District Director of Golden Cross, G. W. Crutchfield 

District Missionary Secretary, C. J. Andrews 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, A. D. Byrd, Jr. 

District Director of Temperance, Irving Cook 

District Director of Town and Country Work, W. Everett Eason 

Retired: M. O. Fletcher, C. W. Guthrie, P. M. Porter 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT— 56 

District Superintendent, O. L. Hathaway (6) 

Aberdeen C. A. Johnson 3 

Biscoe J. A. Wagnon 2 

Caledonia F. B. Brandenburg 3 

Camp Ground R. E. Walston 3 

Candor Douglas Byrd (AS) 2 

Cordova H. L. Rogers 3 

Cumberland-St. Andrews F. L. Jones 3 

Ellerbe J. D. Aycock 2 

Fayetteville : 

Bonnie Doone John R. Blue 

Calvary-Victory Kenneth Townsend 

Christ Church J. H. Lanning 

Culbreth W. P. Lowdermilk 

Faymont J. D. Jones (AS) 

Gardners Walter E. Smith (AS) 

Haymount R. S. Harrison 2 

Hay Street J. W. Page 1 

Johnston Memorial William E. Amon 3 



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Lyon Memorial J. C. P. Brown 1 

Person Street W. C. Peltman 1 

Saint Matthew David L. Moe 2 

Salem E. C. Crawford 1 

Wesley Heights R. W. Pritchard 1 

Hamlet: 

Fellowship George C. Megill 5 

First J. D. A. Autry 1 

Hope Mills L. A. Watts ^—+ 3 

Laurel Hill N. P. Edens 3 

Laurinburg H. G. Ruark 6 

Love Joy-Macedonia F. Odell Walker 5 

Maxton E. E. Edmond 2 

Mount Gilead L. C. Larkin 5 

Mount Gilead Circuit D. L. Bilberry (AS) 1 

Norman James W. Hamilton 2 

Old Hundred W. H. Brady (AS) 5 

Parkton C. B. Long 3 

Pekin J. M. Short (AS) 1 

Pinebluff W. Jack Martin (AS) 1 

Raeford K. R. Wheeler 2 

Red Springs Fred E. Still 2 

Roberdell W. R. Johnson 3 

Rockingham: 

East Rockingham M. C. Henderson 2 

First W. R. Stevens 3 

Glen wood -Trinity W. Hoyt Cheek 1 

Grace-Community Max B. Richardson (AS) 5 

Pee Dee George W. Ports, Jr. 2 

West Rockingham Holland L. Hale 2 

Saint John-Gibson G. L. Kinley 1 

Saint Pauls H. R. Ashmore 4 

Sandhill Circuit Rene O. Bideaux 4 

South River J. R. Regan 2 

Southern Pines R. L. Bame 5 

Spring Lake F. J. Duplissey 2 

Stedman A. L. Reynolds 3 

Troy J. Paul Edwards 1 

Troy Circuit Charles H. Hutson (AS) 1 

Vass T. Fant Steele, Jr. 2 

West End R. E. Fowlkes 1 

Chaplain, United States Army, H. C. Frazier 

Chaplain, United States Air Force, B. F. Meacham 

Deaconess, Roberdell Charge, Ethelynde Ballance 

Student, University of Chicago, Maxton QC, W. Eastwood Atwater, Jr. 

Student, Baptist Hospital, Winston-Salem, Aberdeen QC, Robert S. Barefield 

District Director of Christian Vocations, R. L. Bame 

District Director of Evangelism, J. Paul Edwards 

District Director of Golden Cross, J. W. Page 

District Missionary Secretary, W. R. Stevens 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, K. R. Wheeler 

District Director of Temperance, J. C. P. Brown 

District Director of Town and Country Work, N. P. Edens 

Retired: W. H. Brown, Frank Culbreth, H. G. Cuthrell, W. L. Dawson, H. C. Ewing, 

B. T. Hurley, F. B. Noblitt, J. A. Russell, W. N. Vaughan, R. L. Vickery. 

GOLDSBORO DISTRICT 54 

District Superintendent, H. M. McLamb (5) 

Beston-Bethel Leonard Mayo (AS) 4 

Bladen G. A. Davis (AS) 1 

Clinton : 

First Clyde S. Boggs 2 

Grace J. H. Waldrop, Jr. 2 



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Clinton Circuit C. E. Vause (AS) 3 

Duplin C. G. Nickens 4 

Eureka -Yelverton R. A. McLean 1 

Faison B. R. McCullen (AS) 1 

Palling Creek-Providence Gordon E. Allen, Jr. (AS) 2 

Parmville A. C. Lee 1 

Four Oaks E. B. Edwards 2 

Fremont Wallace H. Kirby 5 

Garland W. M. Ellis 3 

Goldsboro: 

Airboro S. L. Wood (AS) 2 

Daniels Memorial E. H. Smotherman 3 

Jefferson E. L. Earnhardt 1 

Pine Forest i G. H. Tyson 1 

St. Luke Ralph H. Lewis 5 

St. Paul Leon Couch 3 

Salem R. M. Poulk (AS) 1 

Wayne J. L. Hood (AS) 1 

Goldsboro Circuit C. McGee Creech 3 

Goshen-Keener H. F. Pollock 2 

Harrells J. W. Griffis, Jr. (AS) 1 

Hookerton-Rainbow W. R. Crowder 5 

Institute James B. Parvin (AS) 2 

Johnston Stacy Selph (AS) 2 

Kenly-Buckhorn James G. White, Jr. 2 

LaGrange Van T. Crawford 2 

Lucama-Selma Chapel L. R. Aills (AS) 1 

Maury -Mt. Herman A. E. Brown 2 

Micro C. R. Hollowell (AS) 3 

Mt. Olive: First Dwight L. Fouts 5 

Mt. Olive Circuit C. A. Young (AS) 2 

New Hope Circuit Hal L. Edwards, Jr. (AS) 2 

Newton Grove J. A. Cooper (AS) 4 

Pikeville E. G. Purcell, Jr. 1 

Pine Level Jerry J. Juren (AS) 2 

Pink Hill H. L. Harrell 2 

Princeton S. E. Landers 2 

Roseboro R. H. Jordan 2 

Rose Hill D. A. Petty 2 

Salemburg W. O. Connor 1 

Sarecta R. G Spence (AS) 3 

Selma M. R. Gardner 3 

Seven Springs T. C. West, Jr. (AS) 2 

Smithfield: Centenary Lester A. Tilley 3 

Snow Hill: Calvary Memorial James H. Miller, Jr. 3 

Turkey David Earl Sutton (AS) 2 

Stantonsburg E. M. Thompson, Jr. 1 

Wallace A. F. McClung 2 

Walstonburg-Tabernacle P. F. Fendt (AS) 1 

Warsaw L. T. Wilson (AS) 2 

Wesley Circuit Harley M. Owens, Jr. (AS) 2 

Chaplain, United States Air Force, J. P. Rickards 

Director, Leadership Education, General Board of Education, M. E. Cunningham 

Professor, Central College, C. E. Hix, Jr. 

Pastor, Loudonville Community Church, D. F. Kinlaw 

Student, University of North Carolina, Stantonsburg QC, Murrell Kelso Glover 

Conference Evangelist, Tommy Tyson 

District Director of Christian Vocations, R. H. Jordan 

District Director of Evangelism, Leon Couch 

District Director of Golden Cross, R. H. Lewis 

District Missionary Secretary, A. C. Lee 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, Lester A. Tilley 

District Director of Temperance, E. L. Earnhardt 

District Director of Town and Country Work, H. L. Harrell 

Retired: W. C. Benson, O. C. Melton, G. B. Starling, J. A. Tharpe 



Journal of Proceedings 117 

NEW BERN DISTRICT— 51 

District Superintendent, A. J. Hobbs (3) 

Asbury R. R. Blankenhorn (AS) 1 

Atlantic D. M. Lewis 1 

Aurora L. A. Lewis 1 

Ayden R. H. Eason ± 3 

Beaufort: Ann Street J. M. Cline 2 

Beaufort Circuit J. E. Smith (AS) 1 

Beech Grove W. N. Bass 3 

Bridgeton H. H. Cash 2 

Camp Glenn V. N. Moore 1 

Dover J. C. Parker (AS) _1 

Greenville : 

Jarvis Memorial W. M. Howard, Jr. 6 

Saint James J. Malloy Owen, LTI 6 

Grifton R. I. Epps 3 

Grimesland J. J. Grimes (AS) 5 

Harlowe-Oak Grove J. G. Lupton (AS) 2 

Havelock: 

Cherry Point R- L. Crossno 3 

First C. D. Brown 1 

Hubert R. M. Gradeless 1 

Jacksonville: 

Northwoods J. S. Epperson 1 

Trinity T. R. Jenkins 3 

Kinston : 

Queen Street _ T. M. Vick, Jr. 3 

St. John J. C. Staton 1 

St. Mark R. Bruce Pate 2 

Westminster H. L. Watson 3 

1 Kinston Circuit P. C. Yelverton 1 

' Marshallberg W. M. Jeffries 2 

1 Maysville R. F. Moore 4 

: Midway-Bethlehem J. F. Casey (AS) 1 

| Morehead City: 

First J. F. Herbert 3 

Franklin Memorial S. S. Moore (AS) 5 

j New Bern: 

Centenary J. W. Lineberger 2 

Riverside J. P. Pegg 3 

Trinity R. F. McKee 1 

Newport R. L. Fleming, Jr. 3 

; Ocracoke W. W. Clarke, Jr. 2 

. Oriental L. A. Green 2 

■ Pollocksville R. W. Harrington (AS) 1 

! Richlands W. B. Cotton 3 

; Richlands Circuit H. G. Quigley 2 

, Salem A. S. Lancaster 1 

Salter Path J. T. Fisher (AS) 4 

Sea Level W. R. Hale (AS) 2 

Shady Grove J. D. Vernelson (AS) 1 

; Stonewall J. H. Bryant (AS) 1 

Straits J. E. Mahoney (AS) 1 

Swansboro E. R. Shuller 3 

Trenton L. A. Dillman 5 

Vanceboro H. B. Jones (AS) 2 

Vanceboro Circuit E. J. Bedsworth 3 

Williston-Smyrna D. M. Tyson 4 

' Woodington-Webb Tracie Varnum (AS) 3 

Director of Field Work, Commission on Town and Country Work, Roy C. Turnage, Jr. 

Chaplain, United States Navy, M. O. Stephenson 

Deacones and Director, Methodist Student Center, East Carolina College, Mamiej 

Chandler 



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Professor, Scarritt College, James H. Warren 

Student, Wesley Theological Seminary, St. James, QC, Robert H. Gibbons, Jr. 

Student, Princeton University, Jarvis Memorial, QC, J. Rodney Fulcher 

Student, Duke University Divinity School, Centenary QC, Harold F. Lininger 

Conference Secretary of Town and Country Work, R. I. Epps 

District Director of Christian Vocations, R. H. Eason 

District Director of Evangelism, H. L. Watson. 

District Director of Golden Cross, J. W. Lineberger 

District Missionary Secretary, R. L. Crossno 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, T. M. Vick, Jr. 

District Director of Temperance, W. B. Cotton 

District Director of Town and Country Work, R. Bruce Pate 

Retired: W. G. Lowe, I. S. Richmond 



RALEIGH DISTRICT— 53 
District Superintendent, G. S. Eubank (1) 

Angier j. d. Stott 1 

Apex H. B. Johnson 1 

Bailey H. M. Jamieson 2 

Benson C. F. Hirschi 5 

Cary B. L. Davidson 5 

Clayton C. H. Dunn 3 

Coats L. H. Morgan (AS) 1 

Dunn B. D. Critcher 2 

Ebenezer H. F. Leatherman 7 

Erwin K. B. Sexton 1 

Franklinton A. F. Fisher 5 

Fuquay Springs J. R. Poe 3 

Garner j. l. Joyce 1 

Garner Circuit C. E. Sparks 3 

Granville Carl Calloway 1 

Henderson : 

City Road D. M. Bercaw 2 

First Church W. B. Petteway 1 

White Memorial -Wesley B. P. Tyson (AS) 1 

Holly Springs A. E. Long (AS) 1 

Kipling -Cokesbury 1, j. Strawbridge 4 

Knightdale W. E. Worley (AS) 1 

Lillington W. G. Wegwart - 2 

Louisburg H. S. Winberry 2 

Louisburg Circuit Merrill Perkins (AS) 1 

Macedonia Paul Scott 1 

Macon L. W. Ross 1 

Mamers T. H. House 3 

Middleburg W. D. Wise (AS) 4 

Millbrook r. h. Hodge 2 

Mt. Pleasant R. d. Wood 1 

Norlina H. B. Baum 4 

Piney Grove-Mt. Carmel C. B. Hicks (AS) 2 

Pleasant Grove R. c. Summey (AS) 1 

Raleigh: 

Edenton Street H. P. Powell 12 

Fairmont N. W. Grant 1 

Hayes Barton W. L. Clegg 3 

Highland Brooks Patten 5 

Jenkins Memorial H. C. Jones 2 

Layden Memorial J. C. Glass, Jr. 2 

Longview Gardens J. T. Maides 1 

St. Mark H. A. Bizzell, Jr. 3 

Trinity R. E. L. Moser 1 

Wesley Memorial G. W. Blount 2 

Westover R. H. Caudill 3 

Wynnewood Park J. H. Crum 3 



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Spring Hill L. R. Prierson (AS) 1 

Tar River A. G. Tyson 3 

Vance W. W. Sherman, Jr. 4 

Wake Forest-Youngsville L. C. Brothers 2 

Warren M. S. Amspacker (AS) 2 

Warrenton: Wesley Memorial W. A. Crow 5 

Wendell S. G. Boone 4 

Zebulon T. J. Barrett 4 

Executive Director, Commission on Higher Education, Paul Carruth 

Conference Executive Director Board of Evangelism, H. K. King 

Crusade Director, Department of Field Service, Division of National Missions, 
F. D. Hedden 

Director of Public Relations, High Point College, G. H. Whicker 

Director of Public Relations, Pfeiffer College, G. Nelson Moore 

Director of Television Ministry Development, Television Radio and Film Commission, 
W. C. Walton, Jr. 

Executive Secretary, Conference Board of Missions, T. A. Collins 

President, Louisburg College, C. W. Robbins 

Professor, Lambuth College, J. H. Overton, Jr. 

Professor, Louisburg College, C. Wade Goldston 

Professor, Louisburg College, W. N. McDonald 

Professor, University of Florida, C. S. McCoy 

Professor, Ohio Wesleyan University, H. W. Houston 

Superintendent, Methodist Home for Children, R. L. Nicks 

Chaplain, United States Air Force, C. C. Caudill 

Missionary to Chile, Charles E. Owen 

Student, Candler School of Theology, Angier QC, Elbert Russell Stott 

Student, Graduate School, Princeton University, Hayes Barton QC, Robin J. Scroggs 

District Director of Christian Vocations, Brooks Patten 

District Director of Evangelism, J. T. Maides 

District Director of Golden Cross, S. G. Boone 

District Missionary Secretary, R. E. L. Moser 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, A. F. Fisher 

District Director of Temperance, H. F. Leatherman 

District Director of Town and Country Work, A. G. Tyson 

Retired: A. S. Barnes, J. W. Bradley, W. A. Cade, J. W. Dimmette, E. D. Dodd, 
E. C. Durham, W. G. Farrar, E. M. Hall, J. C. Harmon, R. L. Hethcox, 
J. B. Hurley, J. O. Long, F. S. Love, E. C. Maness, W. C. Martin, 
B. O. Merritt, R. F. Munns. 



ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT— 49 
District Superintendent, Walter C. Ball (3) 

Aulander E. H. Measamer 1 

Battleboro J. Q. Galloway (AS) 1 

Bethel C. W. Barbee 1 

Calvary Arthur Winstead (AS) 1 

Conway Carl K. Wright 3 

Elm City James H. Bailey 3 

Enfield D. W. Charlton 1 

Evansdale-Black Creek J. B. Speight 1 

Gaston G. C. Kinlaw 1 

Halifax J. t. Smith 4 

Hawkins-Tabor M. W. Dulin 1 

Hobgood Harold Jones (AS) 2 

Hornes-Mt. Zion James E. Sutton (AS) 3 

Jamesville W. S. Davenport (AS) 5 

Littleton Claude L. Barrett 2 

Nash Wade Mullikin (AS) 1 

Nashville Ben F. Musser 3 

Northampton D. D. Traynham 5 

Pinetops Vance Lewis 4 

Red Oak Robert Baldridge 3 



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Rich Square C. W. Wooten 1 

Roanoke H. N. Ward 1 

Roanoke Rapids: 

First R. L. Jerome 5 

Rosemary L. L. Parrish 6 

Robersonville N. B. Hill, Jr. 3 

Rocky Mount: 

Clark Street Z. V. Cowan (AS) 2 

Englewood M. D. Tyson 2 

First Leon Russell 6 

Marvin A. L. G. Stephenson 2 

St. Paul L. P. Jackson 5 

Sandy Cross C. R. Breedin 2 

Scotland Neck R. S. Brodie 2 

Seaboard C. M. Mitchell 1 

Smith Arnold Pope 2 

Spring Church-Garysburg Don L. Harris (AS) _ 2 

Spring Hope Eugene Tisdale 2 

Stokes W. D. Sabiston, III (AS) 2 

Tarboro : 

Hart-Speight A. C. Regan (AS) 1 

St. James W. C. Wilson 5 

Temperance Hall Thomas Smith (AS) 3 

Weldon P. F. Newton 3 

Wesley Memorial H. F. Crawley (AS) 4 

West Halifax John D. Long (AS) 5 

Whitakers Richard Braunstein (AS) 5 

Williamston R. C. Mooney, Jr. 3 

Wilson: 

First R. Grady Dawson 1 

Winstead A. H. Stone 2 

Windsor C. H. Mewborn 5 

Woodland Robert L. Moore (AS) 1 

Chaplain, United States Air Force, J. O. Jernigan 

Chaplain, Veterans Administration, J. E. Rogers 

Associate Chaplain, Methodist Student, Duke University, Edwin L. Roach 

Director, Wesley Foundation, Appalachian State Teachers College, Robert S. Gibson 

Missionary to Brazil, J. W. Garrison 

Professor, Florida State University, J. T. Greene 

Staff Consultant, Department of Religious Liberty, National Council of the Churches 

of Christ in the United States of America, C. D. Nelson 
District Director of Christian Vocations, R. Grady Dawson 
District Director of Evangelism, L. L. Parrish 
District Director of Golden Cross, Ben F. Musser 
District Missionary Secretary, R. L. Jerome 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, H. L. Swain 
Distict Director of Temperance, Vance Lewis 
District Director of Town and Country Work. N. B. Hill, Jr. 
Retired: W. F. Elliott, H. L. Hendricks, Paul R. Maness, C. T. Rogers, M. Y. Self. 



WILMINGTON DISTRICT— 52 

District Superintendent, J. E. Garlington (3) 

Ashpole D. L. Lowry (RS) 2 

Bethesda John Pearsall 

Bolivia: Bethel Alden Hemingway (AS) 

Bolton Robert Drew (AS) 

Burgaw C. F. Grill 

Carolina Beach C. D. Roettger 

Carvers Creek Paul G. Bunn 

Cerro Gordo: Olivet W. C. Teachey (AS) 

Chadbourn A. W. Lore 

Clarkton Carl Newton 2 



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Concord R. F. Streetman (AS) 1 

Council Kenneth Wilson (AS) 2 

Dublin Paul W. Boone 1 

Elizabethtown H. L. Davis 5 

Evergreen Gerald Vaiden, Jr. (AS) 2 

Fair Bluff H. Fred Davis 5 

Fairmont M. W. Maness 1 

Fairview-Hickory Grove Harvey Lowry (AS) 1 

Hallsboro W. T. Greene 1 

Lake Waccamaw Neil Thompson 4 

Lumber ton: 

Asbury R. C. Hamilton, Jr. (AS) 1 

Chestnut Street T. B. Hough 3 

Lumberton Circuit L. A. Phillips 1 

Old Dock E. V. Dunn (AS) 1 

Pembroke Circuit Travis Owen (AS) 2 

Pembroke: First Robert Mangum 1 

Pleasant Grove Nash Locklear (AS) 1 

Prospect C. F. Cummings 6 

Riegelwood Wesley Noble (AS) 1 

Rocky Point E. P. Osteen 2 

Rowland J. H. Parrish 2 

Sandy Plains Jakie Locklear (AS) 2 

Scotts Hill W. C. Lewis (AS) 2 

Shallotte: Camp W. B. Starnes 2 

Shallotte Circuit W. R. King (AS) 2 

Sneads Ferry-Verona John Pfister 2 

Southport L. J. Bridges 2 

Tabor City P. H. Layfield, Jr. 1 

Town Creek Charles F. Eakin 1 

Waccamaw E. P. Armstrong 1 

Whiteville P. O. Lee 3 

Whiteville Circuit W. B. Gregory 2 

Wilmington : 

Devon Park Albert Folds 2 

Epworth Jack Newsome 2 

Fifth Avenue W. J. Neese 2 

Grace J. V. Early 3 

Sunset Park S. J. Starnes 3 

Trinity M. C. Dunn 7 

Wesley Memorial A. P. Hill, Jr. 1 

Wrightsboro Allen Wentz, Jr. 1 

Wrightsville Paul Browning 2 

Yaupon Village L. D. Hayman (RS) 2 

State Director, Methodist Student Work, W. M. Wells, Jr. 
Missionary to Puerto Rico, W. R. Garrard 
District Director of Christian Vocations, C. F. Grill 
District Director of Evangelism, Paul Browning 
District Director of Golden Cross, S. J. Starnes 
District Missionary Secretary, A. P. Hill, Jr. 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, H. L. Davis 
District Director of Temperance, Paul W. Boone 
District Director of Town and Country Work, J. H. Parrish 
Retired: B. F. Boone, W. J. Freeman, L. D. Hayman, D. F. Lowry, 
F. R. Lowry, W. L. Loy, R. D. Wellons. 



3 Retired Pastors serving charges 
127 Approved Supply Pastors serving charges 
317 Effective members of the Conference serving charges 
447 Total number of pastoral charges, 1958-59 



1 22 North Carolina Annual Conference 

CHANGES MADE IN APPOINTMENTS BETWEEN 
CONFERENCE SESSIONS— 1957-58 

Burlington District 

No changes. 

Durham District 

A. Mickey Fisher, Approved Supply, was assigned to Amity: Chapel Hill, a 
new church, on February 1, 1958. 

Elizabeth City District 

Oscar S. Williams was appointed to Belhaven, March 1, 1958, replacing W. A. 
Wentz, Jr., who was transferred to the Wilmington District. 

Fayetteville District 

William Jack Martin was appointed to Pinebluff, August 1, 1957, to replace 
Edward P. Armstrong who gave up his work to attend Duke Divinity School. 

John R. Blue was appointed to Bonnie Doone, June 1, 1958, to form a new 
church in the Bonnie Doone and Kornbow communities. 

Goldsboro District 

B. R. McCullen succeeded J. E. Mahoney on the Faison Charge on Novem- 
ber 1, 1957. 

New Bern District 

John D. Vernelson, Approved Supply, was appointed to the Shady Grove 
Charge, October 1, 1957, succeeding Durwood F. Wiggins. 

Joseph C. Parker, Approved Supply, was appointed Associate Pastor of the 
Beech Grove Charge, December 12, 1957. 

Virgil N. Moore was appointed to the Camp Glenn Charge, February 1, 1958, 
succeeding H. F. Buckingham, Jr., who was transferred to the Virginia Conference. 

Raleigh District 

R. C. Summey was appointed to the Pleasant Grove Charge on October 7, 
1957, replacing W. E. Worley, who returned to the Florida Conference. 

Merrill Perkins was appointed to the Louisburg Circuit on November 15, 
1957, replacing E. S. Tyson, who transferred to the Virginia Conference. 

Rocky Mount District 

Sidney Epperson, On Trial, succeeded Marvin Y. Self, Retired Supply, on 
the Calvary Charge, January 1, 1958. 

Wilmington District 

Paul W. Boone was appointed to the Dublin Charge December 1, 1957, 
succeeding D. O. Guthrie, deceased September 3, 1957. 

Alden Hemingway was appointed to the Town Creek Charge, October 1, 1957, 
succeeding Richard S. Blake, who gave up his work to go to school at the University 
of South Carolina. 

Charles Eakin was appointed to the Zion and Shiloh churches on the Town 
Creek Charge, March 12, due to a charge division. 

Allen Wentz, Jr. was appointed to the new Wrightsboro Church, April 1, 1958. 

Wesley Noble was appointed to the new Riegelwood Church, March 1, 1958. 

Harvey Lowry was appointed to the Fairview-Hickory Grove Charge August 
1, 1957 replacing Nash Locklear. 



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CHANGES IN BOUNDARIES 

Charge Boundaries 

Burlington District 

Take Broadway Church and Morris Chapel off the Broadway Circuit and 
form a two point charge to be called Broadway. 

Take Poplar Springs and Memphis Churches off the Broadway Circuit and 
form a new charge to be called Sanford Circuit. 

Change the name of Glen Raven Church in Burlington to Faith Methodist 
Church. 

Durham District 

Enroll a new congregation in Chapel Hill to be called Amity. 

Divide Hillsboro Charge, composed of Hillsboro and New Sharon Churches, 
making each church a station. 

Divide Cedar Grove Charge, a four-point circuit, by forming a new charge 
composed of Carr and Walnut Grove Churches to be known as Walnut Grove 
Charge. This leaves Cedar Grove and Prospect Churches on the Cedar Grove 
Charge. 

Take Cedar Grove Church off the Chapel Hill Circuit and make it a station 
to be known as Cedar Grove (Chatham County). This leaves Orange and Union 
Grove Churches on the Chapel Hill Circuit. 

Elizabeth City District 

Take the Brite Meadows Church from the Union-Brite Meadows Charge and 
form a station to be called Brite Meadows. Union becomes a station. 

Fayetteville District 

Authorize the organization of a new congregation in the communities of Bon- 
nie Doone and Kornbow. 

Take Culbreth from the Eastover Charge and form a station to be named 
Culbreth. 

Take Salem from the Eastover Charge and form a station to be named Salem. 

Take Little River, Parson Grove, and Sardis from the Mount Gilead Circuit 
and form a new circuit to be named Pekin. 

Take Hebron, Melton Grove and Wadeville and continue the Mount Gilead 
Circuit. 

Goldsboro District 

Authorize the formation of a new church on Mount Olive Highway, to be 
known as Brogden, and place on Wayne Charge. 

Take Mount Carmel from Pikeville and place on Wayne Charge. Pikeville 
becomes a station. 

Take Raleigh Highway Church from Wayne and place on New Hope-Ebenezer 
Charge. Change the name of this charge to New Hope Circuit. 

Authorize the formation of a new church in Selma and place with Lucama. 
The new charge will be called Lucama-Selma Chapel. 

Place Charity with Harrells, thus dissolving Charity Charge. 

New Bern District 
Divide the Dover Charge as follows: Dover Charge to consist of Dover and 
Lane's Chapel Churches. Asbury Charge to consist of Asbury and Tuscarora 
Churches. 



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Divide the Grimesland Charge as follows: Make Salem a station. Leave 
Grimesland and Providence Churches on the Grimesland Charge. 

From the Ayden Charge take Macedonia, and place it with the Grimesland 
Charge. 

Authorize the organization of a new congregation at Beulaville. Add this to 
the Richlands Circuit. 

Authorize the organization of new congregations in Jacksonville; Northwoods. 

Discontinue Kershaw Church on the Oriental Charge. Let the Oriental Quart- 
erly Conference dispose of the property. 

Raleigh District 

Take Apex Church from the Apex-Holly Springs Charge and form a station 
to be called Apex. 

Take Holly Springs Church from the Apex-Holly Springs Charge and form 
a station to be called Holly Springs. This dissolves the Apex-Holly Springs Charge. 

Take Spring Hill Church from the Mamers Charge and form a station to be 
called Spring Hill. The remaining churches — Cool Springs, Mt. Ariel, Union and 
Woodside — will compose the Mamers Charge. 

Rocky Mount District 

From the present Rich Square Charge take Woodland and make it a station. 
Rich Square and Penners are to remain together as the Rich Square Charge. 

Wilmington District 

Take Asbury Church from the Lumberton Circuit and form a station to be 
called Asbury. 

Take the Hallsboro Church from the Hallsboro Charge and form a charge 
to be called Hallsboro. 

Take Old Dock and Shiloh from the Hallsboro Charge and form a charge to 
be called Old Dock. 

Take Bethel from the Town Creek Charge and form a station to be called 
Bethel. 

Take Concord from the Shallotte Charge and form a station to be called 
Concord. 

Merge Seagate with the new Oleander Church and place Oleander on the Ep- 
worth Charge. 

Take Pleasant Grove from the Sandy Plains Charge and form a station to be 
called Pleasant Grove. 

Take Sandy Plains Church from the Sandy Plains Charge and form a station 
to be called Sandy Plains. 

Authorize the organization of two new congregations: Riegelwood and 
Wrightsboro. 



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In Memoriam 






1957-1958 






MINISTERS 




Name 


Birth-Death Dates 


Memoirs by 


Preston D. Woodall 


Sept. 25, 1872-July 11, 1957 


D. E. Earnhardt 


R. G. L. Edwards 


Oct. 16, 1890-July 20, 1957 


R. Grady Dawson 


Daniel Lane 


May 18, 1888-Nov. 2, 1957 


W. A. Cade 


Nathan B. Strickland 


Dec. 24, 1878-June 9, 1958 
MINISTERS' WIVES 


H. E. Myers 


Mrs. W. G. Farrar 


April 15, 1886-Sept. 6, 1957 


W. L. Loy 


Mrs. Walter Patten 


June 9, 1883-Feb. 4, 1958 


J. Kern Ormond 


Mrs. John M. Wright 


June 15, 1881-Feb. 8, 1958 


W. L. Loy 


Mrs. Francis E. Dixon 


May 8, 1875- April 13,1958 


R. R. Blankenhorn 


Mrs. Charles L. Spencer 


Nov. 7, 1871 -May 25, 1958 


Mrs. Mattie Mae 
Roberts 


APPROVED SUPPLY PASTORS 




Douglas O. Guthrie 


Sept. 17, 1923-Sept. 2, 1957 


C. Freeman Heath 


J. K. Worthington 


Feb. 22, 1877-Nov. 21, 1957 


E. R. Shuller 


"The 


Righteous live forever 




And 


he care of them is with the Lord.' 




CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON MEMOIRS 


W. Carleton Wilson, 


Chairman; Bishop Paul N. Garb 


:r, A. P. Brantley, 


C. D. Barclift, C. Ft 


eeman Heath, O. L. Hathaway, 


H. M. McLamb, 


A. J. Hobbs, R. 


G. Dawson, Walter C. Ball, J. 


E. Garlington 









1 26 North Carolina Annual Conference 

ORDER OF MEMORIAL SERVICE 
Bishop Paul N. Garber, Presiding 

The Organ Prelude — "Unfold Ye Portals" Gounod 

(from the "Redemption") 

Hymn No. 315 — "How Firm A Foundation" Portuguese Hymn 

(Adeste Fideles) 

The Prayer The Reverend Warren B. Petteway 

Pastor, Asbury Memorial Methodist Church 
Durham, N. C. 

Solo: "The Ninety-first Psalm" MacDermit 

Mrs. L. T. Tharrington 

Director of Music, St. James Methodist Church 

Tarboro, N. C. 

Roll Call of Our Honored Dead The Conference Secretary 

Ministers who have died during the year 
Ministers' wives who have died during the year 

The Memorial Address: "I Have Had A Part" 
(II Timothy 4: 7 Goodspeed) 

The Reverend J. Furman Herbert 

Pastor, First Methodist Church 

Morehead City, N. C. 

Hymn No. 165— "Look Ye Saints! The Sight Is Glorious" 

Thomas Kelly 

Benediction The Reverend R. W. Bradshaw 

Pastor, First Methodist Church , 
Wilson, N. C. ; 

Organ Postlude — "How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place" Brahms 

(from the "German Requiem") 



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**PRESTON DEWITT WOODALL 

1872-1957 

Preston DeWitt Woodall was born to John and Emily Eldridge Woodall in Johnston 
> County September 25th 1872. He attended the public schools of Johnston County and 
then went to Trinity College and was in the class of 1902. He later went to Boston 
University for a specialization course in public speaking. 

Brother Woodall was admitted into the North Carolina Conference at Washington, 

I N. C. in the year 1899. He was received into full connection in 1903. He served the 

following appointments: Windsor, Edenton, Epworth-Raleigh, Zebulon, Jacksonville, 

Pittsboro, Whiteville, Rowland, Middleburg, Fayetteville Circuit, Stantonsburg. In 

1939 he retired on account of failing health. 

In April 1913 Preston Woodall and Miss Elizabeth Brinkley of Wilmington, N. C. 
were united in matrimony. The children from that union were John Burwell Woodall 
' of New York City and Preston Woodall, Jr. of Wilmington, N. C. 

Woodall was regarded by all of us as a most excellent preacher. He really knew the 

meaning of "words fitly spoken". It did not take him long to preach a sermon but 

. when he had finished, the people were unanimous in pronouncing it good. There was 

. no possibility of any man questioning the absolute sincerity of the preaching of this 

man of God. 

1 All too often we talk about men suffering from overwork. In the case of Brother 
Woodall it was true. This applied especially in his pastoral work. He rejoiced with 
those who were happy, but he was nearly always bearing the burdens of the people 
who were in trouble. People in prison, sick, stricken with grief, burdened with sin, or 

! lying hard by the gates of death, all of them in his reach felt the warmth of his 
bleeding heart. 

The only criticism of the ministry of Preston Woodall was that he spent too little 
time in relaxation and rest and too much of his time with people who were sick. This 
was the thing that led to his breakdown and finally his retirement. He would have 
preached and lived longer had he given more thought to his own welfare, but there 
are many people in heaven now who would have missed the way had it not been for 
this pastor whose heart bled and broke over them. 

Following a prolonged illness, Preston Woodall died in a hospital in Durham, July 
111, 1957. He was buried in Oakdale Cemetery at Wilmington, N. C. In heaven he 
found the relaxation and rest that so many people coveted for him. 

**Photograph not available 

D. E. Earnhardt 



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ROBERT GRANDISON LEE EDWARDS 
1890-1957 

Robert Grandison Lee Edwards, son of Dr. Grandison Christian Edwards and Sally 
Frances Brown, was born on October 16, 1890, in Hookerton, N. C. He attended Or- 
mond High School, Trinity Park School, and Trinity College, receiving an A.B. degree 
from Trinity College in June, 1912. On October 12, 1915, he was married to Miss Annie 
Clyde Parker, daughter of the Reverend A. J. Parker, who for many years was a 
faithful minister in the North Carolina Conference. To this union one daughter, 
Clyde, was born. 
Bob was a good husband and father, a good friend and neighbor, a good citizen 
and fellow-countryman. But the finest thing that can 
be said of him is that he was a good minister of Jesus 
Christ. His whole life was given to the Methodist Min- 
istry. He received his license to preach in New Bern, 
N. C, in 1911, and the same year was admitted on 
trial into the North Carolina Conference, meeting in 
Kinston. He received Deacon's Orders at the session 
of the North Carolina Annual Conference meeting in 
Oxford, N. C, in 1913, and Elder's Orders in Wilming- 
ton in 1915. 

For 46 years, Preacher Bob, as he was affectionately 
known, preached faithfully and effectively the Gospel 
of our Lord and Savior. During that time he served 18 
charges in the North Carolina Conference: Graham, 
Youngsville, Mebane, St. John's (Goldsboro), La- 
Grange, South Mills, Tabor City, Ahoskie, Plymouth, 
Parkton, Branson (Durham), Troy, Whiteville, Fuquay 
Springs, Tar River, Garner, Bailey, Layden Memorial 
(Raleigh). On these 18 charges he touched, blessed, 
and enriched thousands of lives. He was a faithful and hard worker, and his ministry 
has borne a rich and abundant harvest of souls. 

The record of his ministry is written not only in the many lives he has touched and 
blessed, but it is also written in the Journals of the North Carolina Conference of 
The Methodist Church, where it can be read tomorrow and a hundred years from 
now. It is a good record. Every year he reported a fine number of people led to Christ 
and brought into the membership of the church. There were no barren years in his 
ministry. During his ministry he received more than 1600 people into the member- 
ship of his churches, and nearly 1000 of them were on profession of faith. These figur- 
es do not include the hundreds of people he led to Christ in the revival meetings he 
held for his brother ministers. What a great host of people there will be to gather 
around him in that heavenly land, and to thank him for leading them into the way 
everlasting 

Bob was also a church builder. Wherever he went he not only increased the mem- 
bership of his churches, but he also improved the physical properties of the charge. 
Even after he retired in 1954 (and he retired upon the advice of his doctor), he did 
one of the best pieces of work of his ministry. In 1954, he accepted an appointment 
to a church where there was no church— only a name and a community in which to 
work. There were no members, no church building, not even a lot upon which to 
erect a building, and no available building in which services could be held. But that 
did not discourage him. With his characteristic spirit of faith, optimism, cheerful- 
ness, and persistent effort, he brought into being a church, a good church— the Layden 
Memorial Church, Raleigh, N. C. When on the .28th of June, 1957 he gave up his 
pastorate (again upon the insistent advice of his doctor), he left to his successor a 
well organized church of 109 members, an adequate temporary building equipped for 
Church School and worship services, located on a beautiful lot, and a completed set 




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of blueprints and specifications for the first unit of the permanent building. That 
was no small achievement for three years as a retired minister. 

On July 20, 1957, while he and his wife were visiting a friend in Hazelhurst, Georgia, 
he suffered a heart attack and died instantly. Funeral services were conducted in 
Mitchell Funeral Home, Raleigh, by Dr. Howard P. Powell, and his district superin- 
tendent, Rev. R. Grady Dawson. His body was laid to rest in the peaceful, shady Oak- 
wood Cemetery in Raleigh, N. C. 

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Annie Parker Edwards of Garner, N. C, one daught- 
er, Mrs. D. L. Gore, and two grandchildren of Rockingham, N. C, one sister, Mrs. 
Henry C. Tyson of Farmville, N. C, one half-sister, Mrs. Christine Gullander of El 
Paso, Texas, two half-brothers, A. C. Edwards of Hookerton, N. C, and Herman Ed- 
wards of Washington, D. C. 

We shall miss Bob, with his cheerful smile, his fine sense of humor, his happy, 
friendly, brotherly disposition; but we shall cherish many fond memories of him, and 
be grateful for the privilege of knowing him and working with him. 

If we listen closely, I am sure we can hear the words of the Master saying, "Well 
done, good and faithful servant", and those other words of the author of Revelation, 
"Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord, for they rest from their labors, and their 
works do follow them." 

R. Grady Dawson 



DANIEL LANE 

1888-1957 



The Reverend Daniel Lane, for forty years an active and faithful member of the 
North Carolina Conference, was born near New Bern, May 18, 1888. He died at his 
home, "Lane Haven", at Lake Junaluska, N. C, Saturday morning, November 2, 1957; 
having attained age sixty nine. 

Brother Lane was the son of the late Daniel Lane and Vanie Rice Lane. Their's was 
a truly christian home in Craven County near New Bern, N. C. Beach Grove Methodist 
Church was his spiritual home and inspiration during his childhood and youth. Hav- 
ing the heritage of such creative influences, it was only natural that he should hear 
God's call to the ministry and have in his heart the 
qualities of a good minister of Jesus Christ. 

He was admitted on trial, along with this writer, to 
the North Carolina Annual Conference in 1913. He 
served the following pastoral charges: Ayden; Caswell 
Street, Kinston; Camden Circuit; Stantonsburg Cir- 
cuit; City Road, Elizabeth City; Northampton Circuit; 
Louisburg; Wallace-Rosehill; Clinton; Roanoke Rapids, 
First Church; Aberdeen-Vass; Person Circuit; Fair- 
mont and Eastover. He responded to the call of duty 
and danger, and served as chaplain, U. S. Army, in 
World War I. 

Dan Lane had an alert and questing mind for 
knowledge and truth. He attended the Trinity Park 
School, graduated from Trinity College in the class of 
1913; received the B.D. degree from the Duke Divinity 
School in 1939; and took graduate work at Sorbonne 
'University, Paris, while serving in the chaplaincy. He 
'was civic minded, and enjoyed membership in civic 
clubs where he might enlarge his community acquaintances and service. His 
compassionate heart prompted him to visit the sick and assist many to obtain hos- 
pital care who otherwise would have gone without such care. 




130 North Carolina Annual Conference 

As is true of most good men, his home and family were his pride and joy. In this he 
had the fortunate and blessed comradeship of a loving and faithful wife, Juanita 
Dixon of Ayden, N. C, who survives him. They were married July 15, 1918; and to this 
union were born three daughters and a son: Mrs. Clyde M. Taylor of Redwood, Cal., 
Mrs. William T. Simmons of Charlotte, N. C, Mrs. Robert E. Allison of Waynesville, 
N. C, and Daniel Lane, Jr., a graduate student in Chicago University. These, together 
with several grand-children, will cherish the memory of his love and fulfill his pater- 
nal dreams and sacrifices for them. 

Due to a heart condition, he found it necessary to retire at the conference of 1953. 
In anticipation of this, he had acquired a home at Lake Junaluska which he and 
Juanita named "Lane Haven." To them this was the place next to heaven as indeed 
it came literally to be on Saturday morning, November 2, 1957 when the final sum- 
mons and appointment came. Like his great exemplar, St. Paul, he knew the time of 
his departure was at hand. He was ready and unafraid. Having finished his race and 
kept the faith, he was confident of his heavenly coronation. Funeral services were 
conducted in Waynesville, N. C, Monday morning, November 4, 1957. 

Farewell, dear friend, class-mate both in college and the conference, and brother 
minister of Jesus Christ! For us, as with Jesus our Lord, death is but an interlude 
from this earthly and temporal life, and home to the house not made with hands, 
eternal in the heavens. "Thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our 
Lord Jesus Christ." 

W. A. Cade. 



NATHAN BRADLEY STRICKLAND 

1878-1958 

The period December 24, 1878— June 9, 1958 was the lifespan of Nathan Bradley 
Strickland. The fifth born of the twelve children of Robert Strickland and 
his wife, the former Cornelia Jane Lee, of the Antioch church community in 
Johnston County, his rearing and nurture were in a most devout home. His 
education was in the local schools, with his more advanced training in Turlington 
Institute in Smithfield. Near the age of twenty, he began the vocation of teaching 
which he continued for fourteen years. February 25, 1903 he married Alma Gray 
Sanders, who was a pupil in his class in the school he served as teacher and as 
principal. November 24, 1911 he was admitted on trial 
in the North Carolina Conference and served during 
the following thirty-eight years as a traveling preacher 
in the Conference. When he retired because of fail- 
ing health in 1949, he made his home in Lumberton. 
The last years were spent in the Methodist Retire- 
| ment Home in Durham. 

a, „ ^ Brother Strickland's father was a minister and 

farmer. The godly father and mother reared to adult- 
hood eleven of the twelve children born to them. One 
^A \ ■ of the eight sons died at an early age. Three of the 

^■fl | sons became ministers. 

W WtM Both Brother Na than Strickland and his devoted 

fc\ JKSt. ' "jK wife, Alma Gray were blessed with good lineage and 
Ik. ™ t ^S exceptional religious environment which formed the 

foundation of their lives and the home they realized together. Five children were 
born to them. The first, Emma Blanche, died when only one year of age. The 
youngest, Willis Kilgo, met a tragic death in 1940 at the age of twenty-five. A son, 
Colonel Roy Wharton, two daughters, Mary Cornelia (Mrs. W. M. Avent), and 
Margaret Rebecca (Mrs. P. E. Fisher) survive. Sister Strickland passed to her 
reward March 19, 1957. Other surviving close relatives are two sisters, Mrs. Emma 



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Allen and Mrs. Lucy Upchurch; three brothers, the Reverend C. B.; J. B.; and 
W. R.; and five grandchildren. 

Funeral services were held at ten o'clock Thursday morning, June 11 in 
St. John's Methodist church in Durham by the Reverends J. F. Coble, L. M. Hall 
and Morris L. Husted; and at three o'clock in the afternoon at Antioch Methodist 
Church by the Reverends R. L. Baldridge, James R. Hailey and W. R. Stevens. 
Pallbearers at St. John's were his brother ministers; J. J. Boone, A. L. Chaplin, 
H. B. Lewis, W. B. Petteway, I. T. Poole, and D. M. Sharpe. For the service at 
Antioch, his nephews were the pallbearers. Interment was in the family plot in 
the Antioch cemetery. 

When Brother Strickland answered the call to preach he and his good wife 
sought to prepare more adequately for the work to which both had committed 
themselves, spending a period as students in Nashville, Tennessee enrolled in Moody 
Bible College. Their first appointment in 1911 was to the Straits charge Jn the 
New Bern District, to which they were assigned again in 1927. Other appointments 
were Hope Mills, South Alamance, Rocky Mount, Oxford, Fremont, Spring Hope, 
Bladen, Lumberton, Pamlico, Mount Gilead, Goldston, and Hallsboro circuits. 
The last appointment was Junior Preacher, Chestnut Street, Lumberton. 

Thinking of the discipleship and ministry of Brother Strickland the passage 
in John 15:5 is apt and accurate as a summary: 

"I am the vine, ye are the branches: 
he that abideth in me, and I in him, 
the same beareth much fruit: for apart 
from me ye can do nothing." 

He was a truly committed and consistently consecrated follower of Christ. There 
was never any severing of the ties of love loyalty given this union with the "Vine". 
The fruits borne of this union were as "wells of living water" springing up within 
in the fountain of faith; the outer fruits were rich and varied, defying total 
tabulation. Some fragments of these rich yields appear in the yearly reports he 
made to the Conference and were incorporated in the Journals. 

Fitting for such a life is that memorable passage in II. Timothy 4:7-8: 

"I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept 
the faith: Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, 
which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not 
to me only, but also to all them that have loved his appearing." 



H. E. Myers 



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North Carolina Annual Conference 

MRS. W. G. FARRAR 

1886-1957 



Margaret Walker Farrar was born in Lee Comity near Jonesboro, North Carolina, 
April 15, 1886, and died September 6, 1957, at her home on R.F.D. 4, Raleigh, North 
Carolina. She was the daughter of Tandy and Reno Cameron Walker. 

Her funeral was conducted at Westover Methodist Church, Raleigh, North Caro- 
lina by her pastor, Rev. R. H. Caudill, assisted by the Reverend W. L. Loy and the 
Reverend R. Grady Dawson. 



She was happily married December 23, 1916 to Walter Gaston Farrar. Four children 
were born to them. They are: Mrs. Marvin Upchurch, Highfalls, North Carolina; W. 
G. Farrar, Jr., Richmond, Virginia; Julian Walker Far- 
rar, Norlina, North Carolina and Miss Margaret Far- 
rar of Raleigh, North Carolina. She is survived also by 
six grandchildren. 

Mrs. Farrar was a noble christian lady and made her 
home a place of happiness. She welcomed her friends 
with smiles and made them glad with her kind and 
thoughtful deeds. Her favorite scripture was: "Thou 
snail keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed 
on Thee: because he trusted in Thee". (Isaiah 26:3). 
She was indeed a happy follower of Jesus Christ our 
Lord and Saviour. Her life's usefulness is reflected by 
her faithful and efficient work in her home, church 
and community. 

After the day's work was over, while she and her 
husband, in their new home, were seated comfortably, 
enjoying a television program, an unseen hand reach- 
ed from above, like the gentleness of twilight, touched 
her and led the way to a quiet room of light, life and 
infinite love of heaven. There she awaits the arrival of christian loved ones and 
friends. She was laid to rest in Montlawn Cemetery, Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Think of stepping on shore, and finding it heaven! 

Of taking hold of a hand, and finding it God's hand, 

Of breathing new air, and finding it celestial air, 

Of feeling invigorated, and finding it immortality, 

Of passing from storm and tempest to an unbroken calm, 

Of waking up, and finding it Home ! 




William Lawrence Loy 



Journal of Proceedings 133 

MRS. WALTER PATTEN 
1883-1958 

Mrs. Sarah Cady Patten was born in Providence, R. I., June 9, 1883, the daughter of 
William A. and Mary Read Cady. She grew up in a Christian home and received her 
Bachelor of Arts Degree from Pembroke College, Brown University in Providence, 
R. I. in 1905. She was active in campus activities and popular with the other students. 
She was instrumental in the organization of the Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority, being 
one of the charter members at Pembroke. Later she became a province president and 
was instrumental in establishing other chapters of her sorority in colleges of the 
south. 

On October 20, 1908, Sarah K. Cady married a 
young ministerial graduate of Wesleyan University, 
Middletown, Ohio by the name of Walter Patten and 
began a career of wife, mother, and companion in 
the ministry of Jesus Christ. The paths of the Pat- 
tens lead them to the North Carolina Conference 
where they began a long, dedicated and useful min- 
istry to many diversified types of churches and peo- 
ple. These pastorates included small circuits such as 
Oriental, large towns as Fayetteville and Greenville, 

! university centers as Chapel Hill and administrative 

; duties as a Presiding Elder. From the field of the 
pastorate they were called to serve Louisburg College 

<as the president. While there her husband died in 

ithe service of Christ, His Church and the Methodist 

I Youth of the state. Through all these varied activities, 

; Mrs. Patten was always the gracious, friendly, lovable, 

! helpful mistress of the parsonage, and at the same 
time lent many a helping hand in the communities 

jin which they lived. She was active in the Woman's Society of Christian Service 

I being a life-long member and for ten years was the recording secretary of the N. C. 

i Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service. She was an active member of the 
American Association of University Woman. 

, Following the death of her husband, Mrs. Patten stayed on at Louisburg College 
blessing the community with her activities and serving the college as Librarian. In 1951 
she moved to Chapel Hill where she continued her work by becoming one of the active 
friends of the Library of the University of North Carolina. 

Soon after the establishment of the N. C. Conference Retirement Home in Durham, 
Mrs. Patten became a much loved resident and was always on hand to give a smile, 
a cheery word of greeting, and a warm hand shake to visitors at the home. It was 
there that she died on Tuesday, February 4, 1958. 

Mrs. Patten was one of those wonderful people who seemed to radiate genuine love. 
To be in the home she established with its atmosphere of love and understanding 
was an experience never to be forgotten. Her love of young people, her own children, 
and others in the community in which they lived will always remain in the memory 
3f thousands for its genuiness. Her home was one where people wanted to come and 
stay. Her life as a minister's wife was one of helpful understanding. She complement- 
ed her husband's activities and was deeply loved for her helping hand. Her whole life 
.night be summed up in two words: Love and Faith. She loved God, her family, her 
murch and all God's people. She had faith in God and His goodness and in His 
eadership in her life and was thoroughly dedicated to doing God's work. 

Mrs. Patten is survived by five children: Paul R. Patten of Mount Olive, Lawrence 
D atten of Amarillo, Texas, Mrs. William C. Scott of Summet, N. J., the Reverend 




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Brooks Patten of Raleigh, N. C. and Mrs. J. Kempten Jones of Chapel Hill: there are 
also six grandchildren. 

Funeral services were conducted in the University Methodist Church in Chapel Hill, 
N. C. by the Rev. Charles Hubbard, the pastor and Rev. J. Kern Ormond, of Raleigh, 
N. C, and her body was laid to rest beside her husband in the Chapel Hill cemetery. 

J. Kern Ormond 



MRS. JOHN M. WRIGHT 
1881-1958 

Mrs. Estelle Jones Wright, widow of Rev. John M. Wright, died in the Methodist 
Home in Durham, North Carolina, February 8, 1958. The funeral was conducted in 
Mitchell Funeral Home, Raleigh, North Carolina by her pastor, Dr. Morris L. Husted 
and Rev. W. L. Loy. Interment was in Willowdale Cemetery, Goldsboro, North Caro- 
lina. 

Mrs. Wright was born June 15, 1881, the daughter of Edward and Florida Gibbs 
Jones, in Hyde County, North Carolina. 

On June 21, 1905 she was married to John M. Wright and is survived by an only 
son, John Monroe Wright, and a granddaughter of 
North Hollywood, California, one sister, Mrs. Florence 
Peele, and one brother, Otis V. Jones, both of Raleigh. 

Mrs. Wright with her husband retired from active 
duty in the Ministry at Carthage, North Carolina in 
1927. After this they made their home in Mt. Olive and 
Jackson, North Carolina. 

Mr. Wright died April 23, 1940. Mrs. Wright then 
went to live with her son in California. Later she re- 
turned to Raleigh to live with her sister, Mrs. Peele 
until she entered the Methodist Home in June, 1957. 

Mrs. Wright's charming personality won for her 
many friends wherever she went. She was always in- 
terested in the welfare of others. She accepted her ill' 
ness without complaint or bitterness. 

God calls our loved ones, 
But we lose not wholly 
What he hath given; 
They live on earth 
In thought and deed 
As truly as in His heaven. 
—J. G. Whittier 




William Lawrence Loy 



Journal of Proceedings 

MRS. FRANCIS ERNEST DIXON 

1875-1958 



135 



Mrs. Nancy West Dixon, widow of Reverend Francis Ernest Dixon, died April 13, 
1958 in the home of a sister and brother, Mrs. Mable W. Griffith and Seth L. West, 
Dover, North Carolina. The funeral was conducted in the Dover Methodist Church by 
her pastor, the Reverend R. R. Blankenhorn and a former pastor, the Reverend H. B. 
Jones of the Vanceboro Methodist Church. Interment was in the nearby Bethany 
Methodist Church Cemetery. 

Mrs. Dixon, daughter of the late Seth and Laura West, was born in Lenoir County, 
May 8th, 1875. She was educated in the private schools of that time and area, and in 
later years taught for several terms in her native coun- 
ty. 

In October of 1897 she was married to the Reverend 

Francis Ernest Dixon of Vanceboro, North Carolina, 
1 and to this happy union were born three children. The 
• eldest died while yet a young woman, leaving three 

children: Mrs. John Barber of Cooleemee, N. C; the 

Reverend Dixon Adams of Pinnacle, N. C; and Chief 
, Petty Officer Eldon S. Adams of the United States 

Navy. The other two children also departed this life 

while yet in the tender years of their youth. 

Mrs. Dixon was constantly and faithfully at the side 
! of her preacher-husband even in the journey to Fresno, 

California where the first five years of their married 

life was spent. The Reverend Mr. Dixon was a member 
j of the California Conference during that time, the only 
! exception to a continual membership in the North 
, Carolina Conference. 

As she made her pilgrimage through this life many 

I stumbling blocks were encountered, but in her enduring and cheerful way she trans- 

, formed them into stepping stones. Mrs. Dixon knew well the truth of the words, "All 

i things work together for good to them who love the Lord ; to them who are called 

according to His purpose." Indeed, for not even the invalidism of her concluding 

eight years could take the smile from her face, the cheerfulness from her voice, or 

the love from her heart. 




When all my labors and trials are o'er, 

And I am safe on that beautiful shore, 

Just to be near the dear Lord I adore, 

Will thro' the ages be glory for me. 

O that will be — glory for me, 

Glory for me, glory for me; 

When by His grace I shall look on His face, 

That will be glory, be glory for me. — C. H. Gabriel 

And again the voice of the Master saying, "Well done, thou good and faithful ser- 
vant: . . . enter thou into the joy of thy Lord," was heard by one of His children. 



Richard R. Blankenhorn 



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Noxth Carolina Annual Conference 
MRS. CHARLES L. SPENCER 



1871-1958 



Mrs. Ellen Hudson Spencer, widow of the late Reverend Charles L. Spencer 
was born November 7, 1871 in Butler County, Alabama. She was the daughter of 
Ben and Mattie Hudson. She was educated in Greenville, Alabama, and taught 
in the county schools several years. 

On August 10, 1902, she was married to Charles L. Spencer, who entered the 
ministry a year later. To this marriage were born three children. Two survive, a 
daughter, Mrs. Mattie Mae Roberts of West Asheville, North Carolina; a son, 
W. J. Spencer, Columbus, Georgia. The youngest, Charles D. Spencer, died 
March 1, 1954. 

For forty years Mrs. Spencer lived in Methodist 
parsonages. She worked faithfully with her husband 
in all the church work. She worked in organizing 
Sunday Schools, Ladies Aids, Missionary Societies, 
and was honored with a Life Membership Certificate 
and Pin from the Woman's Society of Christian 
Service of the Methodist Church. She served her 
church as long as her health permitted. It was obvious 
to us that she patiently endured severe suffering dur- 
ing the last year of her life, yet she seldom mentioned 
it. God called her home to rest on Sunday, May 
25, 1958. 

Funeral services were held at Weaverville, North 
Carolina, May 27, conducted by The Reverend R. P. 
Waugh, pastor, and assisted by The Reverend W. C. Clark. Burial was at Why Not 
Cemetary near Seagrove, North Carolina, on the morning of May 28, eleven 
o'clock. She was laid to rest beside her husband who passed away in 1946. 




Mattie Mae Roberts 



Journal of Proceedings 137 

DOUGLAS O'DELL GUTHRIE 
1923-1957 

Douglas O'Dell Guthrie was born September 17, 1923 in Troy, N. C, son of the Rev- 
erend and Mrs. C. W. Guthrie. He received his public school education in several 
'schools, graduating from the Smyrna High School in Smyrna, N. C. in 1941. 

Douglas was married to Maude Rains Parish of Pikeville, N. C. on December 23, 
1944. To them were born four boys: Charles Henry, September 16, 1948; Douglas O'Dell' 
Jr., December 31, 1952; Jack Nance, April 7, 1955; and William David, September 12* 
|1956. 

Douglas served four years in the Air Force in World War II, 1942-1946. After his 
release from the service he attended Worsham School 
of Mortuary Science, Chicago, Illinois, from which he 
received the Key of Pathology. 

He was employed by Johnson Funeral Home of Rocky 
Mount as Embalmer for three years. In the early part 
of 1954 he spoke to his parents about going into the 
ministry. He felt that God had called him to preach. 
After talking with his pastor and praying over the 
matter for months, he went before his Quarterly Con- 
ference and requested that he be recommended for 
license to preach. This was done and at the Annual 
Conference of 1954 which met in Raleigh he was made 
an Approved Supply Pastor and was appointed to the 
Currituck Charge in the Elizabeth City District. 

Douglas made friends easily, loved people, visited 
them in their troubles and sorrows. The people came 
out in numbers to hear him preach. His churches en- 
thusiastically requested that he be returned to them 
for another year, 
i In the second year of his happy ministry, he developed a serious kidney ailment, 
jmd was told by several physicians that he would have to give up the active ministry 
; f he expected to live. 

After months of prayer and thought, he reluctantly gave up the ministry, reenter- 
ng his former profession with the Twiford Funeral Home in Norfolk, and took ad- 
vantage of every opportunity to preach. 

The feeling persisted that God wanted him to preach. He talked this over with his 
district Superintendent. In case a vacancy should occur anywhere in the Conference, 
ie wanted to be considered. When a vacancy came on the Dublin Charge in the Wilm- 
ngton District, he was appointed as pastor on October 1, 1956. 

In a few months after his appointment his old trouble returned. He kept working- 
is long as he could. On July 25, 1957, he entered a hospital in Fayetteville, N. C, where 
ie was a patient until his death on September 2, 1957. 

His funeral was held in the Singletary Methodist Church of Dublin by his beloved 
District Superintendent, Dr. J. E. Garlington, assisted by Rev. O. L. Hathaway and 
lev. H. L. Davis. 

Douglas loved his people dearly. They loved him. Many of his members said that 
"s presence in the community meant so much that they wanted to keep him as their 
pastor as long as he lived, even though he was not able to preach again. 

In the brief period of his two pastorates he won the hearts of his people and those 
■f other denominations. He was certain that God wanted him to preach. That cer- 
ainty was so strong that threatening sickness and death could not keep him from 
•roclaiming the "Good News". Perhaps his patient acceptance of suffering and his 




138 North Carolina Annual Conference 

faithful devotion to Christ and His church in the midst of pain were even greater 
preaching than sermons would have been. 

His ministry was brief, unselfish and colorful. His body was weakened by illness, 
but this same illness increased his faith, intensified his devotion to Christ, and 
strengthened his spirit. He accepted the call of the heavenly Father to come Home 
with the same certainty that he accepted the call of Christ to be the "Shepherd of 
My Sheep." 

C. Freeman Heath 



JAMES KARY WORTHINGTON 

1877-1957 

Near the little coastal town of Shallotte was the farm home of James W. and Win- 
nie Leonard Worthington. Into this devout Christian home was born a son Feb. 22, 
1877, whom they named James Kary Worthington. 

Kary grew up on the farm and attended the public school of Shallotte, N. C. In 
1896, at the age of 19, he married Miss Margaret Register and to this marriage was 
born one son, O. Fred Worthington. His wife died in 1912 and in 1913 he married Miss 
Berta Sellers. To this marriage was born another son, James Hilliary Worthington. 

It was not until 1917 that Kary answered the call to the ministry and secured his 
license to preach. His farming and fishing activities 
took most of his time in these early years but he found 
time to be active in his church. He was rendering a 
good service in his home community but the Lord had £ > 

greater things for him and Kary was never satisfied 
until he made the decision to give his full time to 
Christ and his church. So, he asked the conference 
to give him a charge and in 1920 he was assigned to 
Ocracoke where he stayed two years. 

This was the beginning of a long and fruitful period 
of service in the Methodist churches in eastern North 
Carolina. He served such charges as Hallsboro circuit, 
Scotts Hill circuit, North and South Henderson, Troy 
circuit and Swansboro circuit, each of which he served 
from four to six years. One year was spent on the 
West Halifax charge. He retired from active service in 
the ministry in 1953, after having spent five years as 
pastor of the Swansboro circuit, and went to Wilming- 
ton to live with his son, Fred, at 1601 Castle Street. 

Less than three years later he returned to Swansboro to spend his final days among 
friends who loved him dearly, staying in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olai Underseth. 
His second wife had died at Swansboro in 1948 and the people of Swansboro had been 
so good to him that he had come to love them and feel at home among them. 

Because of failing health Brother J. K., as he was affectionately called by his fel- 
low ministers, was taken back to Wilmington by his son Fred, Oct. 10, 1957, where he 
died little more than a month later, Nov. 21. The funeral rites were conducted froDij 
the Coble Funeral Home by Rev. E. R. Shuller and Rev. Laurie J. Atkinson (Baptist), , 
both of Swansboro. His body was laid to rest in Gurganious Cemetery, Shallotte, N. C.| 
The grave-side service was conducted by Rev. W. J. Neese, pastor of Fifth Avenue 
Methodist Church, Wilmington and Dr. J. E. Garlington, District Superintendent of J 
the Wilmington District. 




fouRNAL of Proceeds 



139 



Brother J. K.'s educational opportunities were limited and because of that fact he 
was never admitted into full connection in the North Carolina Conference but con- 
, tinued to serve his church well in the capacity of an approved supply pastor. He made 
every effort to prepare himself for more effective service in the church and was, after 
a few years of service, ordained a local elder. He was a deeply spiritual man, a good 
preacher and a good pastor. His love for people led him out among men who needed 
the church most and often he brought them into the Christian fellowship. His conse- 
cration and faith were like that expressed by Charles Wesley, thus: 

Thy Presence, Lord, the place doth fill, 

My heart is now thy throne, 
Thy holy, just and perfect will 

Now in my flesh is done. 
My steadfast soul, from falling free, 

Doth now no longer rove, 
For Christ is all the world to me 

And all my heart is love. 

KR. Shuller 



[40 North Carolina Annual Conference 

ROLL OF DECEASED MINISTERIAL MEMBERS 
1940-1958 



NAME 


DATE OF BIRTH 


DATE OF DEATH 


o 

•o c 

01 <U 

Is* 

<U "* a 

« 


John Monroe Wright 

Francis Ernest Dixon 

William Calhoun Merritt 

James Marion Lowder 

Herman Theophilus Coley 

Raleigh Alexander Bruton 

Edward Norman Harrison 

John Bolivar Hurley 

Nathan H. D. Wilson 


June 19, 1876 

October 4, 1872 

February 27, 1866 

December 31, 1852 

June 18, 1913 

November 16. 1863 

December 20, 1880 

February 24, 1859 

January 26, 1866 

September 10, 1848 

February 19, 1855 

January 10, 1860 

April 17, 1850 

September 10, 1864 

August 5, 1860 

October 3, 1874 

August 3, 1857 

January 5, 1870 

July 12, 1856 

February 19, 1892 

February, 1876 

June 13, 1SS2 

May 16, 1889 

May 7, 1887 

March 23, 1899 

April 24, 1883 

March 29, 1869 

April 26, 1887 

September 27. 1868 

December 12, 1889 

April 27. 1900 

May 28. 1872 

June 2, 1861 

November 4, 1886 

May 23, 1868 

August 14, 1876 

April 3, 1858 

October 13, 1871 

July 15, 1865 

December 21, 1887 

May 2, 1899 


April 23, 1940 


1905 




1899 


June 14, 1940 


1893 




1887 


August 18, 1940 

August 25, 1940 

October 22, 1940 

November 4, 1940 

November 9, 1940 

December 28, 1940 

January 21, 1941 

February 24, 1941 

July 3, 1941 


1937 
1894 
1905 
1883 
1890 
1874 


William Henry Townsend 

Frank Mebane Shamburger__. 


1885 
1883 
1875 


Gaston Troy Adams 

Hampton McRae Jackson 

James Henry Buff aloe 

Andrew James Groves 

Timothy Alexander Sikes 

George H. Biggs 




1898 


January 26, 1942 

March 3, 1942 

April 19, 1942 

February 4, 1943 

February 13, 1943 

March 23, 1943 

April 6, 1943 

April 16, 1943 

June 24, 1943 

November 19, 1943 

December 24, 1943 

February 2, 1944 

February 2, 1944 


1887 
1902 
1896 
1899 
1909 
1922 


John P. Bross 

Walter Herbert Pavy 


1903 
1906 
1922 


George Washington Perry 

Elmer Dewey Weathers 

Lauder Beaman Pattishall 

Euclid Harvey McWhorter 


1916 
1929 
1916 
1893 
1920 






1915 






1908 


Ernest Golden Overton 


November 13, 1944 

November 18. 1944 


1924 
1906 




1886 




April 16 1945 


1913 


James Adolphus Dailey 


November 18, 1945 


1897 
1908 


Edwin C. Glenn 

Rufus Rhodes Grant 

William Towe 


January 13, 1946 

February 23, 1946 

Mav 28, 1946 

June 11, 1946 


1888 
1899 
1901 
1925 


Loy Vernon Harris 

Thomas Stanley Coble 

Creasy Kinion Proctor 




1924 


May 1, 1875 

September 4, 1889 

December 21, 1875 

March 14, 1879 

September 26, 1871 

January 21, 1874 

November 15. 1869 

November 28. 1873 

December 25, 1873 

January 12, 1877 

Julv 15, 1863 

September 15. 1880 

July 7, 1858 

March 13, 1874 

October 8, 1879 

August 20. 1882 

March 20. 1896 

March 26, 1875 

Julv 31, 1865 

April 3, 1889 

February 14, 1884 

January 28, 1872 

March 26, 1872 

December 12, 1859 

May 9, 1878 

April 2, 1882 

January 13, 1880 

October 12. 1901 


June 20. 1946 

June 25, 1946 


1907 
1913 
1905 


Charley Lafayette Spencer 

James Townsend Stanford 

Samuel F. Nicks 

Charles Lewis Read 

Benson H. Black 

George Lee Reynolds 

John F. Starnes 

Jacob H. McCracken 

Walter Patten 

Wesley Frank Craven 




1906 


October 13, 1946 

October 28. 1946 

November 8, 1946 

November 23, 1946 

December 4, 1946 

December 17, 1946 

December 17. 1946 

March 8, 1947 

August 21, 1947 


1899 
1903 
1898 
1897 
1901 
1907 
1897 
1909 
1893 
1906 


Milton F. Hodges 


Julv 23, 1947 


1915 


John C. Williams 


October 26. 1947 

December 3, 1957 

December 12, 1947 

February 3, 1948 

May 17, 1948 

Mav 27, 1948 

August 14, 1948 

October 4, 1948 

October 18, 1948 

December 4, 1948 

March 12, 1949 

March 29. 1949 

Mav 15, 1949 


1917 


Arnold C. Thompson. 


1931 


Charles N. Phillips 


1915 




1888 


John R. Edwards 


1917 




1923 




1897 




1900 




1891 


James Carson Whedbee 

James Arthur Martin 

James Marvin Culbreth 

Frank Belton Joyner 


1906 
1908 
1901 
1926 





Journal of Proceedings 


141 


NAME 


DATE OF BIRTH 


DATE OF DEATH 


■a c 

S.Sc 

4) O 


James William Potter 

Horatio S. B. Thompson 

Benjamin Herriot Houston 

; James G. Phillips 

Lloyd Baum Jones 

William Joseph Watson 

Cicero Harris Caviness 

1 Jesse Lee Cunninggim 

, Thomas Edward Davis 

iGuy Hamilton 

R. Ernest Atkinson 

Elijah L. Stack 

Condor P. Jerome 

jjohn W. Harrell 

Neill M. McDonald 

Charles A. Jones 

;J. William Sneeden 

Samuel A. Maxwell 

Robert Edgar Brown 

Benjamin Portivant Robinson 

jLouis Thompson Singleton 

Thomas McMillan Grant 

Harley Archie Chester 


May 11, 1852 

February 29, 1868 

November 27, 1890 

July 22, 1900 

June 4, 1878 

January 21, 1875 

December 24, 1870 

March 21, 1870 

January 6, 1864 

September 21, 1891 

June 13, 1869 


September 26, 1949 

November 19, 1949 

March 16, 1950 


1896 
1893 
1920 


Mav 25, 1950 _ 


1921 


May 26 1950 


1905 




1908 


November 8, 1950 


1899 
1903 


February 14, 1951 

March 27, 1951 


1915 
1916 


June 3, 1951. _ __ - 


1902 


May 9, 1872 

June 16, 1857 

October 18, 1870 

April 29, 1876 

May 3, 1869 

March 30, 1876 

September 27, 1897 

June 28, 1894 


June 22, 1951 


1909 


December 23, 1951 

December 11, 1951 

July 18, 1952 


1884 
1920 
1903 


July 20, 1952 ___ 


1903 


September 25, 1952 

October 12. 1952 

November 20, 1952 

November 26, 1952 

November 30, 1952 

December 31, 1952 

April 6, 1953 


1925 
1932 
1924 


August 27, 1880 

October 20, 1877 

July 28. 1886 

January 28, 1900 

June 22, 1879 

April 11, 1S62 

July 3, 1860 

March 4. 1901 

July 7, 1872 


1905 
1906 
1909 
1925 


April 13, 1953 


1906 




July 23, 1953. 


1912 


•Edward Hill Davis 


September 14, 1953 

October 11. 1953 

November 13. 1953 

March 24, 1954 


1886 




1943 


lLouis Edward Sawver 


1903 


(Marion Timothy Plyler 


September 14, 1867 

Julv 30, 1863 

January 20, 1878 

November 6, 1882 

November 1, 1906 

November 12, 1865 

October 28, 1875 

March 26, 1886 

October 7, 1872 

September 25, 1879 

February 27, 1887 

Mav 8, 1871 

August 18, 1873 

Februarv 26, 1885 

August 9, 1909 

September 25. 1872 

October 16. 1890 

Mav IS, 1888 

December 24, 1878 


1892 


Lemon Harvey Jovner 


June 7, 1954 


1892 




June 24, 1954 __ 


1910 


Frederick Arthur Lupton 


October 3, 1954 _ 


1913 


Beymour Esmond Mercer 

Jesse Thomas Draper 

[jOrrin W. Dowd 

Harry Cleveland Smith 

William A. Parsons 

Uames Marvin Jolliff 

Ethelbert L. Hill 

iJohn Weslev Frank 

William Richard Royall 

Edgar Wilson Dowriam 

Cecil Byron Harris 

Preston D. Woodall 

R. G. L. Edwards 

Daniel Lane 

\'athan B. Strickland 


November 22, 1954 

December 6, 1954 

October 30, 1955 

March 5, 1956 

March 7, 1956 


1927 
1891 
1906 
1912 
1897 


Mav 13, 1956 


1923 


May 19, 1956 


1914 


December 9, 1956 

January 18, 1957 

March 9, 1957 

May 31, 1957 

July 11, 1957 


1910 
1903 
1922 
1940 
1899 


Julv 20, 1957 


1911 


November 2, 1957 

June 9, 1958 


1913 
1911 



142 North Carolina Annual Conference 

SECTION IV 
REPORTS TO THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF 

Agencies, Boards, Commissions and Committees 



CONTENTS 

Title Page Reference 

Reports of the District Superintendents 

Burlington — Allen P. Brantley 1 44 

Durham — Chancie D. Barclift 145 

Elizabeth City — C. Freeman Heath 146 

Fayetteville — Of fie L. Hathaway 147 

Goldsboro — Howard M. McLamb 148 

New Bern — A. Jarvis Hobbs 149 

Raleigh — R. Grady Dawson = 150 

Rocky Mount— Walter C. Ball 1 152 

Wilmington — J. Ezell Garlington 153 

Approved Supply Pastors' School 154 

Brotherhood, Conference 1 55 

Church Extension Research Planning and Survey Commission 162 

Council of Churches, North Carolina 161 

Deaconess, Board of 1 64 

District Conference Records, Committee on 164 

Don Lee, Inc., Camp 

Duke Endowment 

Education, Board of 1 

Education, Commission on Christian Higher 1 

Evangelism, Board of 1 

Historical Society, Conference 1 

Hospital and Homes, Board of 1 

Lay Activities, Board of 1 









;:: 



Journal of Proceedings 143 

Title Page Reference 

Local Church Emphasis, Commission on 200 

Long Range Planning Committee 202 

Methodist College Foundation of North Carolina, Inc. 202 

Methodist Fund, Inc., The 270 

Methodist Home For Children, Inc., The 203 

Methodist Retirement Home, Inc., The 206 

Methodist Student Center — Greenville 209 

Minimum Salary, Commission on 212 

Ministerial Training and Qualifications, Board of 217 

Ministers Credit Union 219 

Missions, Board of 219 

Ormond Fund, The 223 

Castors' School, Board of Managers 224 

''eace. Committee on World 225 

tensions, Board of 227 

'romotion and Cultivation. Commission on 1 237 

Publication, Board of r „. 238 

delations, Committee on Conference 239 

iocial and Economic Relations, Board of 239 

statistician, Conference (Condensed Report) 240 

tudent Religious Work, Inter-Conference Commission on 242 

'"elevision, Radio and Film Commission 246 

emperance. Board of 247 

own and Country Work, Commission on 249 

Trustees, Conference Board of - -260 

Visitors, Conference Board of College 261 

'ocations, Commission on Christian 262 

/oman's Society Christian Service, Conference 263 

,/orld Service and Finance, Commission on 264 

Worship, Commission on 275 



144 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORTS OF DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS 

BURLINGTON DISTRICT 
Allen P. Brantley, District Superintendent 

The fine work which has been accomplished on the Burlington District is 
due to the consecrated leadership of the 43 pastors and 21,000 members. They * 
have excelled previous years in these areas: 

Evangelism: Every charge has participated in the Christian Evangelistic 
Mission, including visitation evangelism. As a result 704 have been received on i 
profession of faith; 609 by certificate; a total of 1313, which gives us a net increase 
of 828. The Rites of Holy Baptism was administered for 222 infants. 

Christian Education: The Sunday School enrollment and average attendance 
have greatly improved over last year. Vacation Bible Schools were held on every i 
charge. We had five Sub-District Christian Workers Schools with an enrollment i 
of 820. We have 1150 subscribers to the North Carolina Christian Advocate and 
396 subscribers to "Together", with seven churches sending it to every family. 

Lay Activities: We have 25 Methodist Men's clubs with 680 members. 165 
Certified Speakers participated in the "No Silent Pulpit campaign". The W.S.C.S. 
is 100% organized with 80 societies and 4001 members. Five Wesleyan Service 
Guilds with 23 1 members. 



Church Buildings And Improvements: GRACE CHURCH, Burlington, has 
completed the first unit costing $75,000 and occupied it just before Christmas. 
ST. PAUL, another new church in Burlington, finished their new church just 
before Conference at a cost of $100,000. GLEN RAVEN has begun the erection 
of a new church on West Davis St., Burlington. SALEM CHURCH on the Leas- 
burg Charge, has built a new church and educational building at a cost of $70,000. 
WEST END, Siler City, has occupied the first unit of a new building costing 
$40,000. PLEASANT HILL, on the Pittsboro Circuit has completed a new church 
and educational building costing $45,000. HAW RIVER is now in the process of a 
remodeling program for the entire sanctuary, costing $25,000. WEBB AVE., in 
Burlington, has completed a new educational building costing $70,000. MEBANE 
CHURCH has completed a new educational building costing $100,000. ME- 
RONEYS CHURCH, on the Bonlee Charge, and CARBONTON CHURCH on 
the Glendon Charge have both enlarged their educational facilities by the addition 
of extra Sunday School rooms. UNION on the Union-Hebron Charge has re- 
decorated the Sanctuary and installed new pews. 

Churches now planning their building program for this year are Pittsboro 
new church and educational building; Concord, on the Whitney Cross Charge 
new sanctuary; Sapling Ridge, on the Silk Hope Charge, new educational building 
and Trinity Church, Sanford, a new church building. 

Fairview Church has completely renovated their parsonage and added nev 
furnishings. Moncure Parsonage has been redecorated and reconditioned. 

We have dedicated Center Church on the Silk Hope Charge, and Moncur, 
Church on the Moncure Charge. A total of $182,500 have been raised this yea, 
on church debts and improvements. 

A new camp site, to be known as Camp Chestnut Ridge, has been bough 
jointly by the Burlington and Durham Districts to be presented to the Conferencj 
Board of Education for the erection of a new Conference Camp. 






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DURHAM DISTRICT 
C. D. Barclift, District Superintendent 

Progress continues to be made in all areas of the work of the church in the 
Durham district. Pastors and laymen have been faithful in Kingdom labors and the 
blessings of our Heavenly Father have been abundant. 

Membership And Evangelism. Over 1400 new members have been received, 
divided approximately 600 on profession of faith and 800 by transfer, with a net 
increase of over 600. 

New Churches Organized. Three new churches have been organized in the 
district since last Annual Conference: Bethesda, Durham, August 25, 1957; Wellons 
Village, Durham, September 29, 1957; and Amity, Chapel Hill, April 6, 1958. 
Each of these new churches was organized with a small but enthusiastic membership 
and has experienced encouraging growth since. 

Christian Education. There is a small increase in the number of persons enroll- 
ed in the church schools, the number now being 14,456. Christian Workers' Schools 
have been held in Bahama, Durham, Oxford, and Roxboro with good attendance 
and interest. Practically all churches in the district have Vacation Church Schools. 
The district Youth Rally at Roxboro had a record attendance. 

Lay Activities. With a membership of over 600, there are 16 Methodist Men 
Clubs, of which four were organized this year: Aldersgate, Durham; Hebron on 
Orange circuit; Marrow's Chapel on Oxford circuit; and Stem on the Stem-Bullock 
charge. 135 certified lay speakers took part in the No Silent Pulpit program this 
year. The program was uniformly good. Under the direction of Dr. Frank W. 
Hanft, district lay leader, the laymen of the district are raising money to purchase 
jointly with the Burlington district land for the Chestnut Ridge Camp. 

Woman's Society of Christian Service and Wesleyan Service Guild. The 73 

societies and 6 guilds have a membership of 3,827. These gave $21,703.72 to 
missions, an average of $5.67 per member. 

NEW BUILDINGS: 

CHURCHES — A lovely first unit has been constructed at Aldersgate, Chapel 
Hill, at a cost of $60,000. Chestnut Ridge church on the Orange circuit will start 
construction this summer on a complete church unit. 

EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGS— The following units have been completed 
this year: Calvary, Durham, $167,000; Shady Grove on Gray Rock circuit, 
$15,000. Also, University Church, Chapel Hill, has broken ground for a $275,000 
building; and, Bethany, Durham, will start construction this summer on a $60,000 

PARSONAGES— Amity, Chapel Hill, (purchased) $17,300; Orange on Chapel 
Hill circuit, $15,000; Wellons Village, Durham, $17,500; Fletcher's Chapel, 
$15,000; New Sharon on Hillsboro circuit, $15,000; Ca-Vel, Roxboro, (donated by 
the Collins-Aikman Corporation); and Union Grove on Chapel Hill circuit will 
start construction this summer, estimated cost $12,000. 

Benevolence Acceptance. It now appears (May 25, 1958) that the charges of 
the Durham district again will accept the requested increase for the seven be- 
nevolences. 



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ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT 
C. Freeman Heath, District Superintendent 

We are happy to make the following report of work done on the Elizabeth 
City District. It reflects the faith, devotion, cooperation, and courage of the pastors, 
the laymen, and the laywomen of the Elizabeth City District. 

Membership and Evangelism. Our Commissions on Membership and Evange- 
lism have worked closely with our pastors. All of our charges took part in the 
simultaneous revival effort. 83 churches in the district held revivals and 48 churches 
conducted visitation evangelism campaigns. 459 persons have been received into 
the membership of our churches on profession of faith and 312 by church certifi- 
cate, making a total of 763 additions for the year. 197 babies have been baptized. 
We have worked hard this year to win someone to Christ in each of the 86 church- 
es. At Annual Conference last year we reported 24 barren churches. We are report- 
ing, as of today, May 25, only 14 barren churches. 

Christian Education. We have a Sunday school enrollment of 11,032, which 
is a slight increase over last year. 62 Vacation Church School were held during 
the past year, with an enrollment of 3,335. There were over 150 workers in at- 
tendance at the District Vacation Church School Institute, which should be an 
indication of more and better Vacation Church Schools this summer. We have 
had four Sub-District Christian Workers' Schools, two Sub-District Bible Con- 
ferences, and one Family Life Institute. $948 was raised on Rally Day. There are 
66 Methodist Youth Fellowships in the district with a membership of 1,261. There 
are 1,043 subscribers to the "North Carolina Christian Advocate", and 481 sub- 
scribers to the national church paper, "Together." 

Missions. $4,107 has been contributed to Mission Specials; $2,209 to other 
specials; $7,320 through the Ten-Dollar Club members. $94,040 has been accepted 
for the seven Benevolences, an increase of $3,025 over the askings for last year. 

Lay Activities. There are 14 Methodist Men's Clubs in the district, with a 
total membership of 633. Two new Clubs were organized this year, one on the 
South Mills Charge and the other on the New Hope-Woodland Charge. Our district 
is one hundred per cent organized by the Woman's Society of Christian Service. 
There are 74 Societies with a membership of 3,434 and five Wesleyan Service 
Guilds with a membership of 158. The combined missionary pledge of the W.S.C.S. 
and W.S.G. is $10,829. The District Woman's Society of Christian Service won the 
Study Jewel of the Conference for one-half of the conference year. 

Buildings and Improvements. $16,000 was paid on principal and interest on 
newly constructed church buildings. $46,535 was spent on improvement of church 
buildings. $55,061 has been raised for new educational buildings and for principal 
and interest on educational buildings, while $30,900 has been spent on improve- 
ments of educational buildings. $6,934 has been spent on parsonage lots and prin- 
cipal and interest on newly built parsonages. $9,600 has been raised for improve- 
ment on parsonages, making a grand total of $165,030 raised in the district for 
all buildings and improvements. 

Miscellaneous. The pastors of the district have made a total of 27,360 pastoral 
visits to date, May 25, an average of 760 visits per pastor. Pastors' salaries for 
new year have been increased by $5,908 over the conference year just closing. The 
Currituck Charge will be a self-supporting charge this coming year. 



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FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 
O. L. Hathaway, District Superintendent 

We are grateful for the achievements in our District this year. Our pastors 
and lay people have been working together and Our Father has blessed us in His 
Work. 

1. Membership and Evangelism: Additions on Profession of Faith 656, by 
transfer 468, from other denominations 166, making a total of 1,290. We have lost 
by death 135, removal 63, to other denominations 63, transfer 335, making a total 
loss of 589. A net gain of 701, in membership. Infants baptized 299. 

The Secretary of Evangelism, Rev. C. G. McCarver, helped in the cooperative 
Evangelistic Mission of the District and Conference. We are striving to make 
every church a fruitful one. 

2. Christian Education: Church school enrollment has increased 639. We have 
held five Christian Worker's Schools with an enrollment of 710. We had 22 young 
people and 11 adults for the Christian Vocations Conference at Raeford. A Vo- 
cational Guidance Workshop was held this year for pastors and chairmen of vo- 
cations from each local church. Bible Conferences were held at Rockingham and 
Fayetteville. A Family Life Institute was held at Laurinburg and a Vacation 
Church School Institute and an Alcoholic Workshop. 

3. Missions and Church Extension: 605 Vi active members in the Ten Dollar 
Club, 325 persons attended the missionary rally at Aberdeen. 

The following Churches are in the planning stages for a building program: 
First, Rockingham, Green Lake, Wesley Heights, Culbreth, Hope Mills, Maxton, 
Little River, Biscoe, and Marcus. 

Building programs are going on at Doub Chapel, St. Pauls and Mt. Gilead. 

Church School units have been completed at St. Johns, West End, Pleasant 
Hill, Concord, and Salem. 

Dedication services have been held at Vass, Gibson, Gardners Chapel, Wesley 
Heights, Ellerbe, West End. 

Plans for dedication services are being made for Sardis and Star. 

Renovations and redecorations have been made at Caledonia, Wadesville, 
Melton Grove, Grace, Hoffman, East Rockingham, and Cordova. 

Parsonages have been built at Pee Dee, Person Street, Vass, Pinebluff, Nor- 
man, Candor and Aberdeen. 

Additional land has been secured for parsonages and church property: Aber- 
deen, two acres; a lot at Maxton; two acres at Green Lake; two acres at Little 
River. We are finishing the payments on the 400 acre Camp Site. 

A parsonage has been purchased for our Spring Lake Church. 

A new pastor has been appointed to establish a new congregation at Bonnie 
Doone. 

The Woman's Society of Christian Service is active in every Church but two 
of the new churches. 

4. Lay Activities: Mr. Terry Sanford, our District Lay Leader, has given 
excellent guidance in our work. Some of the achievements are seen in the gathering 
of 812 men at the Annual Lay Rally at Hay Street Church, 124 Lay Speakers in 
the "No Silent Pulpit Program", 164 in attendance at the planning session, and five 
new Methodist Men's Clubs. / 

Our laymen will be represented in all the summer opportunities. 



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GOLDSBORO DISTRICT 

H. M. McLamb, District Superintendent 

The Lord has been with and blessed the pastors and laymen of the Goldsboro 
District in another year of service and achievement for Christ and His Church. 
We are truly grateful to our people for their dedication to the great cause and to 
God for blessing their efforts. 

1. Membership and Evangelism: During the year 1,232 new members have 
been received — 719 by vows and 513 by transfers. The district membership is 
19,159, a gain of 186. We have made this a year of evangelism, using the com- 
munity census, simultaneous revivals, membership classes, Easter emphases, and 
visitation evangelism. Two years ago our district had 25 barren churches. Last year 
the number was 18. This year we have 15. The number will be decreased consider- 
ably by conference. There were 198 infant baptisms. 

2. Missions and Church Extension: We have continued to stress the $10 Club, 
and almost 100 new members have been secured. We are grateful to First Church, 
Clinton, for securing 20 new members of the $10 Club and committing itself to 
raise $1,000 as a mission special for the new Salemburg church which plans to 
erect its educational building this fall. 

Two new churches have been organized this year. New Hope has a charter 
membership of 49 and a church school enrollment of 100. Jefferson has acquired 
an ideally situated two-acre building site at a cost of $15,000 and a new parsonage 
at a cost of $13,000. 

Two new churches will be appointed at conference: Selma Chapel, which 
will be sponsored by Edgerton Memorial Church, and Brogden (on Mount Olive 
Highway). The quarterly conference of Falling Creek-Providence Charge has voted 
to "extend an attitude of love and best wishes" to Brogden Church. 

We have found the finest spirit yet in discussing and increasing the seven 
benevolences. Most charges accepted increases, totaling approximately $6,579. 

The 10 new churches of the district have received 170 members this year. 

3. Christian Education: Leadership training classes have been held in the five 
sub-districts and vacation church schools in most local churches. Attendance at the 
vacation church school institute was about 250. 

4. Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. S. B. Boyd, president, has led 
the societies in a program of studies, local church activities, and giving for missions. 

5. Lay Activities: A. C. Edwards, district lay leader, and his associates, have 
vigorously promoted a program of lay activities. Five Methodist Men clubs have 
been organized, bringing the total to 34 clubs and 1,115 members. Attendance was 
700 at the district lay rally, the largest ever. There are 190 certified lay speakers. 

6. Building and Improvements: New facilities occupied this church year: 
Salem (Garland Charge), an educational building; Sarecta, a $31,000 sanctuary and 
educational building; Providence a $54,000 sanctuary; Daniels, a $50,000 educa- 
tional building; Fremont, a $50,000 educational building; Warsaw, sanctuary re- 
novation and enlargement, $40,000. Bishop Garber has dedicated the new educa- 
tional building at Magnolia. 

New parsonages occupied this year: Jefferson, Airboro. Goshen-Keener, Four 
Oaks, and Grace. Parsonages planned: Hookerton-Rainbow and Stantonsburg. 

Educational buildings planned: Salemburg. Raleigh Highway, Pine Forest, 
Falling Creek, Farmville, Corinth, Trinity (Institute Charge), Selma, Centenary 
(Smithfield), Wallace, Smith, Bethel (Mt. Olive Ct.), Rones, and Princeton. 



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7. Visitation: As a former pastor and one now working with the laymen, we 
know the value of regular pastoral visitation of the people and their appreciation 
of the same. We have 6,665 families. The pastors have reported visiting about 6,000 
of these families one or more times. 

NEW BERN DISTRICT 
A. J. Hobbs, District Superintendent 

More and more our New Bern District pastors and laymen work together as 
a team. Laboring together, they have wrought well for Christ and His Church. 
Here I would record my gratitude and appreciation for their cooperation, their 
loyalty, their love. 

Membership and Evangelism. We have received 1,633 new members; 822 
came by profession of faith. But we lost 1,178, due mainly to the revision of rolls. 
Net gain is 455. As of May 26, we had only seven barren churches. 300 infants 
were baptized. 

Christian Education. Church School enrollment is 15,784. Vacation schools 
were held in nearly all churches. One Bible conference and several Christian Work- 
ers' Schools contributed to the effectiveness of our educational program. 

The North Carolina Christian Advocate goes into 1,212 of our homes. 

Missions. Missionary concern is indicated by the response of our people for 
Church School Rally Day, Fellowship of Suffering and Service, TV Ministry, Race 
Relations, Week of Dedication, Mothers' Day Special, Methodist Student Day, $10 
Club. 

The membership of the Woman's Society of Christian Service numbers 4,048. 
In 84 societies those servants of God continue to challenge the Church to ever in- 
creasing service. 

Lay Activities. Four new Methodist Men's Clubs have been organized, giving 
us a total of 35, with a membership of 1,190. Under the guidance of our District 
Lay Leader and his associates, our 192 lay speakers conducted services of worship 
during the no-silent pulpit period. 500 men attended our District Lay Rally. 

NEW BUILDINGS. Churches: Vanceboro Church was dedicated. Jarvis 
Memorial Church. Greenville, completed at a cost of $300,000, was opened for 
services February 2, 1958. Saint James Church, Newport, broke ground for a 
$60,000 sanctuary. Riverdale, Bridgeton Charge, is building a $40,000 church. 
Saint John, Kinston, purchased a church building for $20,000. It was formally 
opened December 8, 1957. 

Education Buildings: At Grifton we have erected an education building at 
a cost of $40,000. Education buildings have been dedicated at Bayboro, Camp 
Glenn, Williston, and at Sharon on the Kinston Circuit. 

New Parsonages: Asbury, $15,000; Belgrade (Pollocksville Charge), $12,000. 

Miscellaneous. Improvement to our church buildings, $68,000. 

New Churches Planned: A new church is planned for Beulaville. Pastors 
will be appointed at this conference to two new churches in the Jacksonville area: 
Northwoods and Tarawa Terrace. 

Division of Charges: The Dover Charge and the Grimesland Charge are to 



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be divided, to form two additional charges. Thus we are to have four new pastoral 
appointments. 

New Property: In the New Bern Country Club area we have purchased 
very choice property to be used as a site for a new church to be built at a future 
date. 

Benevolence Acceptance. For the 1958-59 Conference year our churches 
have accepted the proposed increase for the Seven Benevolences, plus $618. 



RALEIGH DISTRICT 

R. Grady Dawson, District Superintendent 

The blessings of our Heavenly Father and the cooperation and good work of 
the faithful pastors and the loyal lay people of the Raleigh District have made it 
possible for me to make the report given below. To them I express my deep 
appreciation. The past year has been a fruitful year in the life of the church and 
the work for the Kingdom in the Raleigh District, as revealed by a few of the 
outstanding achievements which I now list. 

Membership and Evangelism: The churches and pastors of the Raleigh Dis- 
trict have given a fine account of their labors in the area of Evangelism. This 
is evidenced by the following statistics: 95 revival meetings, 72 special periods 
of Visitation Evangelism, 66 membership classes, one full week of Prayer Vigil 
in which all the charges participated, and unnumbered hours of personal work 
and prayer — with the result that 1808 persons have united with the church: 745 
on Profession of Faith and 1063 by transfer. Hayes Barton Church, Raleigh, has 
received the largest number of members, 182, and has the largest net gain in 
membership, 121. The loss in membership this year has been rather heavy, 1172, 
but there is still a net gain of 636. Fifteen of our choice young people participated 
in a Tri-District Christian Witness Mission. During the year, 352 babies were 
baptized, with Edenton Street and Longview Gardens having the largest number. 
As of this writing, we have only three barren churches in the Raleigh District. 
By the meeting of the Annual Confeernce, we expect to report "No Barren 
Churches." 

Christian Education: Church School enrollment and attendance continue to 
increase in most of the churches. The work of Leadership Training has been 
promoted through district staff meetings, three area workshops on the Commissions, 
5 for District Christian Workers Schools, District Youth Council Meetings, Vaca- 
tion Church School Institutes, Summer Assemblies for Youth and Junior camping. 
Most of the churches conducted successful Vacation Church Schools. The North 
Carolina Christian Advocate goes into about 1000 homes in the District and To- 
gether subscriptions are in excess of 400. The district will contribute about $40,- 
000.00 this year to our Methodist Colleges. 

Local Church Emphasis Program: The pastors and laymen of the Raleigh 
District continue to work at the task of improving the local church and the local 
church program. Considerable progress has been made in this area, especially in 
the organization and work of the Commisions. Most of the churches have made 
the self-study and have set up definite goals. In many churches the Commissions 
are much more active and effective. 

Missions and Church Extension: This year the district has contributed over 






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$30,000 to Mission Specials. We are proud to report that Edenton Street Church, 
Raleigh, has the distinction of being the second largest contributor to Mission 
Specials of any church in the nation. 

The women of the district continue to do an excellent job in their work. 
There are 86 Societies with something over 5,000 members. The district is organiz- 
ed 100%. 

In the area of church extension, our district is doing a fine job. The Raleigh 
Board of Missions and Church Extension continues to be of great help in strength- 
ening and caring for the new churches in the Raleigh area. Through the Ten Dol- 
lar Club, the regular budget and the City Board of Missions, the District has con- 
tributed in excess of $35,000.00 to church extension. We have not organized any 
new congregations this year, but one abandoned church has been reopened and 
reorganized (Mt. Carmel) with 61 members (5 on Profession of Faith) and a Church 
School enrollment of 63. 

Lay Activities: In spite of the bitter cold weather and a competing basket- 
ball game, on February 18, over 400 laymen attended a district Methodist Men's 
Rally. This is characteristic of the fine loyalty and work of the laymen in the 
district. Three new Men's Clubs have been organized this year. We now have a 
total of 36. One hundred sixty-five lay speakers participated in the "No Silent 
Pulpit" program. One of the finest projects of the laymen this year has been the 
raising of $5,000 to begin the development of a youth camp on Kerr Lake. 

Buildings and Finance: The Raleigh District is still on the march in the mat- 
ter of church and parsonage building. This year, the district has raised over $675,- 
000.00 for new buildings and debt payment. 

The following buildings have been completed and officially opened this year: 
Edenton Street, sanctuary; Highland, first unit of their permanent building; Eleva- 
tion (Benson), sanctuary and Church School rooms; Fairmont, Raleigh, educa- 
tional building; Longview Gardens. Raleigh, educational building; First Church, 
Henderson, educational building; Cary, parsonage, educational building, enlarged 
and renovated sanctuary; Clayton, parsonage; Franklinton, parsonage; Wake Forest, 
parsonage; Wesley Memorial, Raleigh, educational building. 

New buildings have been begun and are now in the process of construction 
in the following places: White Memorial, Henderson, sanctuary and educational 
building; Louisburg, educational building; Cool Springs (Mamers), sanctuary and 
educational building; Bailey, parsonage; Sims, sanctuary; Piney Grove, Church 
School rooms; Pleasant Grove, parsonage; St. Mark's, Raleigh, first unit of their 
permanent building. 

The following churches have plans and blue prints for new buildings on which 
construction is expected to begin during the coming year: Garner, sanctuary and 
educational building; Granville, educational building; Lillington, educational 
building; Mt. Ariel (Mamers), educational building; Layden Memorial, Raleigh, 
first unit of their permanent building. 

The total money raised in the district this year for all purposes has been in 
excess of $1,500,000. Next year there will be an increase in pastors' salaries of ap- 
proximately $10,000 and an increase in benevolences of about $7,000. 

The story of the achievements of the pastors and laymen of the Raleigh Dis- 
trict has been only partially told, but it is truly a thrilling one. We give thanks to 
God for these consecrated pastors and dedicated laymen who not only give us 
cause to rejoice over past achievements but also enable us to face the future with 
courage, confidence and great expectation. 



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ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 
Walter C. Ball, District Superintendent 

I wish to acknowledge in the very beginning of this report my sincere gratitude 
to every Pastor serving with me in the Rocky Mount District and all members of 
the Churches helping to make this report. A report on paper seldom, if ever, can 
give full recognition to everyone for all that has been accomplished. This is the 
report of the Pastors and the members of the Churches of the Rocky Mount Dis- 
trict. 

When the figures for this report were compiled, I went back to compare them 
with the last Conference Year. I am glad to report that in every phase of our work 
there has been progress and good results. 

(1) Evangelism: Into the membership of our Churches, we have received on 
profession of faith and by certificate approximately 1200 persons. Some more 
than 250 babies have been baptized. Our Pastors and our laymen have been most 
diligent in this field of work and we are hopeful that at the end of this Conference 
Year there will be a few barren churches left in our District. 

(2) Education: We have had a trend upward in all phases of Christian Educa- 
tion, especially in our Training Schools and in our increase in membership in the 
local Sunday Schools. There is also a noticeable gain in the number of persons in 
our Sunday Schools who this year have joined the Churches. 

(3) Missions: We have supported in full this year the Reverend and Mrs. J. W. 
Garrison as Missionaries in Brazil. We have also carried a number of General and 
Conference Specials. 

(4) Finances: At the time of this report, we are in the midst of Quarterly 
Conferences, at which sessions, the Benevolences for items 1 to 7 are accepted, as 
well as the minimum salary for 1958-59. The Churches of the Rocky Mount Dis- 
trict are located in parts of nine counties, of which farming is the principal econo- 
mic income. With the exception of the City of Roanoke Rapids, we have almost 
entirely a background and a dependability on farming. In face of the difficulties 
confronting the farm people of this section now, the acceptances on Items 1 to 7 
for 1958-59 will show a considerable increase. This is commendable on the part of 
all of our people. 

(5) The Woman's Society of Christian Service: The work here under special 
consecrated leadership has moved forward during the whole year. We have been 
especially pleased with the increased interest and attendance at public meetings 
on both our District and Sub-District levels. The reports at all of these meetings 
show an increase in all of the phases of the work of the women. 

(6) Laymen: The laymen of our District have shown this year helpful pro- 
gress in all the causes of our Great Church. At our Lay Rally last February, we 
would say there was approximately a 30% increase over last year's attendance. 
The Men's Clubs in the District show definite interest in the progress of the whole 
program of our Church. 

In building, repairing and renovating our Church property, there is unusual 
interest. At Gaston there has been the completion of a Fellowship Hall. Jamesville 
has a new Parsonage; and at Castalia two new Sunday School rooms, general 
repairs and new furniture for the Sanctuary. The Pinetops Church has completed 
a new and beautiful Educational Building and on the same Charge the Conetoe 
Church has been redecorated. Red Oak has a new Parsonage, which has been paid 



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for in full this year. The Rosemary Church is now air-conditioning its entire Sun- 
day School Building and raising money for an Annex to the Sunday School Build- 
ing. First Church in Rocky Mount is in the full process of building a beautiful 
new Sanctuary and additional educational facilities. This project is to be completed 
by the end of this Calendar Year. Sandy Cross has completed and paid for in 
full its new Educational Building. The Scotland Neck Church has made unusual 
progress this year in completing the Fellowship Hall of its Educational Building, 
which is used as the Sanctuary at present, and also the completion of most of the 
rooms on the second floor. Also, extensive repairs have been done on the Parsonage 
and a heating plant installed in it. On the Stokes Charge, new pews have been 
added to the Stokes Church and some of the other Churches improved. In Weldon, 
a new Educational Building is being completed for First Church, and a complete 
rebuilding and renovation of its Sanctuary is being done. This intensive program 
of both building and repairs is to be completed by the end of 1958. On the Wesley 
Memorial Charge, payment in full on the Parsonage has been made and it has 
been dedicated. At White Oak Church on the Windsor Charge, new Sunday School 
rooms have been added and the Windsor Church has purchased a new lot and is 
now making plans for a complete new Church building. Speight's Chapel is finish- 
ing now five Sunday School rooms. 



WILMINGTON DISTRICT 
J. E. Garlington, District Superintendent 

We are grateful to our Heavenly Father for allowing us the privilege of work- 
ing in such a wonderful place with so many choice ministers and fine laymen. 

Stewardship: A program of stewardship of the tithe was launched in our dis- 
trict with some thrilling experiences resulting. Because of the tithing program 
charges have been divided and churches strengthened. Over 1,000 individuals have 
pledged to tithe. We hope to add 5,000 more to this number. 

Membership and Evangelism: Until all people are reached for Christ we can 
never be satisfied with the result achieved during the year. This does not mean 
that we are not thankful for the fine work of our ministers and laymen in reaching 
753 people on profession of faith, 449 transfers from other Methodist churches, 
and 128 from other denominations. Although we lost 408 by transfer to other 
Methodist churches, 87 to other denominations, and 122 by death our net increase 
was 713. As this report goes to press we have 5 barren churches. Our belief is that 
by Conference we will not have a single barren church. 

New Parsonages: Over $125,000 has been spent for parsonages at the follow- 
ing places: Burgaw, Devon Park, Elizabethtown, Southport, Snead's Ferry, and 
Wrightsville. In each of these areas the minister and laymen deserve high praise. 

New Churches: Churches have been organized at Oleander Drive, Riegelwood, 
Wrightsboro, and Yaupon Village. The church at Oleander has been completed and 
occupied while the Riegelwood building is under construction. Wrightsboro has 
a temporary building on two lots which were recently purchased. Yaupon Village 
has a building lot worth $8,000, and hopes to begin building this fall. 

New Sanctuaries: A lovely new church and parsonage have been built at 
| Camp Shallotte, at a cost of $80,000. This was a tremendous undertaking for a 
membership of 130. Evergreen has completed a $30,000 building which will soon 
be ready for dedication. 



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Educational Buildings: Fairmont has recently moved into an educational build- 
ing at a cost of $115,000. First Church, Pembroke, has completed a new educa- 
tional building. Class rooms have been added at Buie, Herring's Chapel, Jordan's 
Chapel and Regan's. 

Benevolence Increase: The charges have accepted an increase in benevolences 
of more than $4,600. Salaries have been increased by approximately $16,000 over 
last year. 



REPORT OF APPROVED SUPPLY PASTORS' SCHOOL 

The tenth annual Approved Supply Pastors' School at Duke University will 
be held July 15 through August 8, 1958. This school is sponsored jointly by the 
Divinity School of Duke, the Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference, and the 
Department of In-Service Training of the General Board of Education of the 
Methodist Church. During the four weeks of the school supply pastors and travel- 
ing preachers taking the conference course of study can complete a full year of 
the conference course, as required in Paragraphs 2044 — 2048 of the 1956 Disci- 
pline. In the summer of 1957 209 students were enrolled. It is anticipated that the 
number for 1958 will be slightly larger. 

The majority of the students come from the two confeernces in North Caro- 
lina, but a large delegation comes from conferences in Virginia, South Carolina, 
Tennessee, and other southeastern states. 

In addition to the required courses, the school features preaching opportunities 
in the daily chapel services, workshops in pastoral care, worship, Christian educa- 
tion, and church administration. A program of recreation provides good balance to 
the spiritual and mental exercises of each day. 

The instructors and other leaders for the 1958 school are: Carl L. Anderson, 
Hugh Anderson, C. D. Barclift, John Carlton, Paul Curruth, Leon Couch, Robert 
E. Cushman, Boyd Daniels, Creighton Lacy, William R. Locke, Clyde Manschreck, 
Ray Petry, J. H. Phillips, and John Rudin. 

James Cannon, Dean, The Divinity School 
Duke University 

J. Richard Spann, Director, Dept. of 
In-Service Training, The Methodist 
Church 

W. A. Kale, Director, Approved Supply 
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REPORT OF THE NORTH CAROLINA 
CONFERENCE BROTHERHOOD 



C. Freeman Heath, President; C. S. Meekins, Lay Vice-President; L. L. Parrish, 
Ministerial Vice-President; R. L. Bame, Secretary-Treasurer. 



District Directors 

Burlington — Unassigned B. E. Jordan, Saxapahaw 

Durham — J. Paul Edwards, Carrboro R. L. Harris, Roxboro 

\ Elizabeth City — J. E. Richardson, Edenton C. S. Meekins, Manteo 

I Fayetteville — H. G. Ruark, Laurinburg J. P. Gibbons, Hamlet 

Goldsboro — Unassigned R. L. Rollins, Farmville 

, New Bern — J. M. Owens, III, Greenville J. D. Messick, Greenville 

, Raleigh — C. F. Hirschi, Benson H. L. Ridgeway, Raleigh 

! Rocky Mount — L. L. Parrish, Roanoke Rapids J. A. Glover, Nashville 

■ Wilmington — J. T. Maides, Wilmington R. R. Rogers, Tabor City 

The Brotherhood is a group of Methodist ministers and lay people who want 
i to express their sympathy to the bereaved widow of a Methodist minister in a way 
that will be of real assistance when it is most needed. Instead of sending telegrams 
1 or flowers, gifts of $1 by superannuate ministers and lay people; $3 by pastor 
i members whose salary is under $3,000; $4, if the salary is from $3,000 to $4,000; 
' and $5 if above $4,000. This money is sent by the Treasurer as soon as the death 
. is reported to him, and the widow has the needed money to pay funeral expenses 
j even before she receives any money from insurance. This is not an insurance 
I company. It is a fellowship, a brotherhood. 

The membership is made up of 319 beneficiary (ministers) and 229 non- 
beneficiary (lay) members, a total membership of 548. We would like to express 
i our appreciation to the lay people who are members of the Brotherhood. Their 
support has meant much to the Brotherhood and we hope many more will join. 

The following calls were made this year: 159 — Rev. R. G. L. Edwards; 160 — 
Rev. Daniel Lane; and 161— Rev. James K. Worthington. Call 158— Rev. C. B. 
Harris came at the close of last year, but too late to be recorded in the Journal. 
Each widow or family received a sum of $1400. We are hoping that many more 
■ministers and laymen will join the Brotherhood so that the amount each widow 
or family will receive will be $1500 or more. 

Article 10 of the Constitution of the Brotherhood states: "Any minister of 
the N. C. Conference on Trial or in Full Connection, or any Accepted Supply 
Pastor doing supply work in the Conference, may become a beneficiary Member 
of the Brotherhood by payment of an Initiation Fee of $1, and within 30 days 
from the date of entrance a Mortuary Assessment of $3, if salary is under $3,000; 
$4, if salary is from $3,000 to $4,000; and $5, if salary is $4,000 or above; pro- 
vided that, if he has served as a clerical member one year or more, the initiation 
fee and mortuary assessment shall be as follows: 



156 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Length of Service Initiation Fee Mortuary Assessment 

1 year $2.50 $ 3.00 

2 years 3.00 5.50 

3 years 3.50 8.50 

4 years 4.00 12.00 

5 years 4.50 16.00 

6 years 5.00 20.50 

7 years 5.50 25.50 

8 years 6.00 31.00 

(The table may be projected at the same method of progression to determine 
initiation fee and mortuary assessment of a minister with any number of years 
beyond eight.) 

C. Freeman Heath, President 
R. L. Bame, Secretary-Treasurer 

II 

ANALYSIS OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF CALLS 

June 24, 1957 - June 23, 1958 

Beneficiaries Non-Benef. Total Payment 

158 R.G. L.Edwards $1,049.00 $ 352.00 $1,401.00 $1,400.00 

159 Daniel Lane 1,067.00 277.50 1,344.50 1,400.00 

160 J. K. Worthington 1,050.00 237.50 1,287.50 1,400.00 

161 N. B. Strickland 700.00 
All other calls 600.00 315.00 915.00 

$3,766.00 $1,182.00 $4,948.00 $4,900.00 

STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

June 24, 1957 - June 23, 1958 

Cash balance, June 24, 1957 $1,797.33 

Receipts 

Calls $4,948.00 

Initiation Fees 17.00 

Mortuary Assessment (New Members) 20.50 

Dividends (Building and Loan Stocks) 7.00 

$4,992.50 
$6,789.83 

Disbursements 

Payments to Beneficiaries $4,900.00 

Cards, Postage, stationary 99.70 

Treasurer's Calls Paid 20.00 

Bank Exchange 33.37 

$5,053.07 
Balance on Deposit, June 23, 1958 1,736.76 $6,789.83 

Reconciliation of Account with Citizens Bank and Trust Company 
June 20, 1958 

Balance per bank statement $2,436.76 

Less check number 32 700.00 

$1,736.76 
R. L. Bame, Secretary-Treasurer 
N. C. Conference Brotherhood 



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Burlington District 

K. E. Beane 

D. C. Boone 
J. K. Bostick 
A. P. Brantley 

E. R. Clegg 

D. A. Clarke 
John Cline 
J. D. Cranford 
J. C. Chaff in 

E. B. Fisher 
R. E. Garland 
H. L. Harris 
W. E. Howard 
N. L. Jones 
W. L. Maness 
E. R. Meekins 

C. H. Mercer 
J. F. Minness 
McDonald McLamb 
R. Z. Newton 
W. S. Potter 

D. J. Reid 
W. A. Tew 
W. J. Underwood 
M. W. Warren 
T. J. Whitehead 

E. E. Whitley 
C. P. Womack 

Durham District 

C. D. Barclift 
J. J. Boone 
R. W. Bradshaw 
W. G. Brogan 
W. D. Cavincss 

C. R. Cahow 
M. R. Chambers 
A. L. Chaplin 
J. F. Coble 
E. G. Cowan, Sr. 
K. F. Duvall 

D. E. Earnhardt 
R. N. Fitts 
H. L. Glass 
J. R. Hailey 
L. M. Hall 

E. L. Hillman 
J. W. Hoyle 
D. D. Holt 



III 
BENEFICIARY MEMBERS 

M. L. Husted 

H. E. Lance 

M. W. Lawrence 

T. W. Lee 

H. B. Lewis 

J. Herbert Miller 

C. P. Morris 
H. E. Meyers 
W. V. McRae 
G. R. McKenzie, Jr. 

A. S. Parker 
W. T. Phipps 
1. T. Poole 
H. B. Porter 
V. E. Queen 
J. R. Regan, Jr. 

D. M. Sharpe 

B. B. Slaughter 
J. L. Smith 
H. E. Spence 
R. H. Sales 
J. E. Sponenberg 
H. F. Surratt 
K. W. Taylor 

C. T. Thrift 
A. L. Thompson 
L. C. Vereen 

A. J. Walton 
Kelly Wilson, Jr. 
J. D. Young 

Elizabeth City District 

C. J. Andrews 
J. A. Auman 

B. E. Bingham 
L. C. Bissette 
R. F. Bundy 
R. T. Commander 
G. W. Crutchfield 
J. R. Couchman 
Irving Cook 
F. O. Fitzgerald 
M. O. Fletcher 
F. W. Fortescue 
W. N. Fulford 

C. W. Guthrie 
C. F. Heath 
O. K. Ingram 
Vassar Jones 
R. N. Knight 



D. E. Meadows 
C. G. McCarver 
W. H. Montgomery 
P. M. Porter 
J. E. Richardson 
R. D. Ricks 
Rufus Smithson, Jr. 
L. R. Sparrow 

Fayetteville District 

H. R. Ashmore 
J. D. A. Autry 
R. L. Bame 
R. S. Barefield 
J. C. P. Brown 
W. H. Brown 

A. D. Byrd, Jr. 
W. H. Brady 
W. H. Cheek 
H. G. Cuthrell 

F. J. Duplissey 
J. Paul Edwards 
H. C. Ewing 
Walter Feltman 
H. L. Hale 

J. W. Hamilton 
R. S. Harrison 
O. L. Hathaway 
M. C. Henderson 

B. T. Hurley 

C. A. Johnson 

G. L. Kinley 
J. H. Lanning 
L. C. Larkin 
C. B. Long 
G. C. Megill 
J. W. Page 

R. W. Pritchard 
J. R. Regan, Sr. 
A. L. Reynolds 
H. L. Rogers 
H. G. Ruark 
J. A. Russell 
Walter E. Smith 
W. R. Stevens 
F. E. Still 
W. N. Vaughan 
R. E. Walston 
L. A. Watts 
K. R. Wheeler 



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Goldsboro District 

C. H. Beale 
W. C. Benson 

C. S. Boggs 
A. E. Brown 
Leon Couch 
Van T. Crawford 
W. R. Crowder 

M. E. Cunningham 
E. B. Edwards 
W. M. Ellis 

D. L. Fouts 
M. R. Gardner 
H. L. Harrell 
W. H. Kirby 
A. C. Lee 

R. H. Lewis 
S. E. Landers 
J. H. Miller, Jr. 
H. M. McLamb 
A. F. McClung 

C. G. Nickens 

D. A. Petty 
H. F. Pollock 
G. B. Starling 

E. H. Smotherman 
L. A. Tilley 

J. A. Tharpe 
G. H. Tyson 
Tommy Tyson 
J. H. Waldrop, Jr. 
J. G. White, Jr. 
L. T. Wilson 

New Bern District 

W. N. Bass 

H. H. Cash 

J. M. Cline 

W. B. Cotton 

R. L. Crossno 

R. I. Epps 

R. H. Eason 

Robert Foster 

R. M. Gradeless 

J. F. Herbert 

A. J. Hobbs 

W. M. Howard, Jr. 

T. R. Jenkins 

A. S. Lancaster 

J. W. Lineberger 

W. G. Lowe 

S. S. Moore 



R. F. McKee 

J. M. Owen, III 

R. B. Pate 

I. S. Richmond 

E. R. Shuller 

M. O. Stephenson 

J. C. Staton 

Raleigh District 

A. S. Barnes 
H. B. Baum 
H. A. Bizzell, Jr. 
G. W. Blount 
S. G. Boone 
J. W. Bradley 
L. C. Brothers 
W. A. Cade 
W. L. Clegg 
T. A. Collins 
W. A. Crow 
C. R. Calloway 
J. W. Dimmett 
E. D. Dodd 
E. C. Durham 
C. H. Dunn 
G. S. Eubank 
W. G. Farrar 
C. W. Goldston 
N. W. Grant 

E. M. Hall 

J. C. Harmon 
R. L. Hethcox 

F. D. Hedden 
C. F. Hirschi 
T. H. House 
J. B. Hurley 

H. M. Jamieson 
H. C. Jones 
H. K. King 
J. O. Long 
F. S. Love 
H. F. Leatherman 
E. C. Maness 
J. T. Maides, Jr. 
W. C. Martin 

B. O. Merritt 
R. E. L. Moser 

C. S. McCoy 

W. N. McDonald 
R. L. Nicks 
Brooks Patten 
W. B. Petteway 



J. R. Poe 

C. W. Robbins 

L. W. Ross 

I. J. Strawbridge 

J. D. Stott 

A. G. Tyson 

G. H. Wicker 

W. D. Wise 

W. G. Wegwart 

Rocky Mount District 

C. W. Barbee 
W. C. Ball 
R. S. Brodie 

C. R. Breedin 

D. W. Charlton 
W. S. Davenport 
R. G. Dawson 
W. F. Elliott 
Robert Gibson 
J.T. Greene 

N. B. Hill, Jr. 
R. L. Jerome 
L. P. Jackson 
G. C. Kinlaw 

E. H. Measamer 
C. H. Mewborn 
C. M. Mitchell 

R. C. Mooney, Jr. 

B. F. Musser 
Paul R. Maness 

C. D. Nelson 
P. F. Newton 
L. L. Parrish 
A. C. Regan 

C. T. Rogers 
Leon Russell 
M. Y. Self 
J. T. Smith 

A. L. G. Stephenson 

D. D. Traynham 
W. C. Wilson 
C. K. Wright 

C. W. Wooten 

Wilmington District 

B. F. Boone 
Paul Carruth 
H. L. Davis 
M. C. Dunn 
J. V. Early 

W. J. Freeman, Sr. 
J. E. Garlington 



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W. B. Gregory 
L. D. Hayman 
A. P. Hill, Jr. 
T. B. Hough 
W. L. Loy 
M. W. Maness 
W. J. Neese 
J. H. Parrish 
S. J. Starnes 
M. W. Wells, Jr. 



Other Conferences 

A. R. Bell 

J. E. Carter 

F. R. Dail 

M. C. Ellerbe 

E. C. Few 

C. M. Fogleman, Jr. 

R. K. Glover 

O. L. Hardwick 

O. N. Hutchinson, Jr. 



J. K. Ormond 
F. W. Paschall 
N. G. Preston, Jr. 
J. D. Robinson 



NON-BENEFICIARY MEMBERS 



Burlington District 

Broadway: W. S. C. S. 
Graham: C. A. Cates 
Mebane: C. M. Ray 
Sanford: W. L. Simmons 
Saxapahaw: B. E. Jordan 
Siler City: C. A. Shelton 
W. S. C. S. 

Durham District 

Chapel Hill: H. R. Totten 
Durham: Duke Memorial Church 

A. H. Best 

C. E. Jordan 
Efland: Robert Nichols 
Oxford: Salem Church School 

Shady Grove Church School 
Roxboro: Long Memorial Church 

R. L. Harris 

J. A. Long, Jr. 

Dr. J. D. Winstead 

Elizabeth City District 

Bath: Ashbury Church School 
Bethany: W. S. C. S. 
Blanch: Mrs. W. T. Long 
Currituck: Mt. Zion Church School 
Elizabeth City: City Road Church 
School 

City Road Wesley Bible Class 

H. C. Forman 

R. E. Forman 

F. M. Harris 

A. G. Small 

Carl Saunders 

Dan E. Williams 
Fairfield: W. S. C. S. 



Gates Zone: Gatesville W. S. C. S. 

Kittrell W. S. C. S. 

Parker W. S. C. S. 

Philadelphia W. S. C. S. 

Savage W. S. C. S. 
Hatteras: W. S. C. S. 
Hertford: W. S. C. S. 

J. H. Towe 
Kitty Hawk: W. S. C. S. 
Manteo W.S.C.S. 

Daughters of Wesley 

G. H. Creef 
Murfreesboro: W. S. C. S. 
Plymouth: W. S. C. S. 
Roper: W. S. C. S. 

Mackeys W. S. C. S. 

Pleasant Grove W. S. C. S. 
Wanchese: Adult Man's Class 

Ladies Bible Class 

Mrs. William's Class 

Wilbur Austin 

C. S. Meekins 

Mrs. C. S. Meekins 
Winton: W. S. C. S. 

I. P. Davis 
Union: W. S. C. S. 

Fayetteville District 

Ellerbe: Men's Bible Class 
Hamlet: J. P. Gibbons 
Laurinburg: A. W. Hampton 

R. F. McCoy 
Parkton: Marvin Church 
Red Springs: Men's Bible Class 

Dr. W. L. McRae 
Rockingham: W. H. Entwistle 

L. C. Mashe 
Rowland: Mrs. J. McN. Smith 

J. W. Ward, Jr. 



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Goldsboro District 

Goldsboro: Miss Hattie Dewey 
Farmville: Farmville Church 

H. N. Howard 

Irvin Morgan, Jr. 

R. L. Rollins 
Kenly: Kenly Charge 
Mount Olive: Calypso W. S. C. S. 

Wesley Bible Class 
Princeton: W. S. C. S. 
Seven Springs: H. C. Dale 
Stantonsburg: J. W. Applewhite 

W. H. Applewhite 

Stantonsburg Church 

W. L. Shelton 

S. N. Tyson 

New Bern District 

Ayden: W. S. C. S. 

Dr. M. T. Frizzelle 
Greenville: Jarvis Memorial Church 

Ficklen Authur 

Ed. Batchelor 

A. R. Barrett 

J. H. Blount 

M. K. Blount 

James Brewer 

Dr. F. P. Brooks 

J. W. Brown 

L. E. Brown 

Dr. W. M. B. Brown 

Wyatt Brown 

J. A. Bunting 

K. W. Cobb 

D. H. Conley 

B. B. Drum 

Miss Eloise Ellington 

C. R. Frye 

P. L. Goodson 
H. R. Gray 
Dr. Herbert Hadley 
J. M. Hadiey 
Dr. M. P. Hoot 
Dr. W. W. Howard 
Dr. C. F. Irons 
Miss Addie Johnson 

A. R. Johnson 

B. D. Johnston 
J. B. Kittrell 

J. C. Lanier 

Dr. M. B. Massey 



W. P. Moore 

J. S. Moye 

Reynolds May 

Dr. J. D. Messick 

N. G. Raynor 

H. L. Ormond 

J. W. Overton 

Dr. K. B. Pace 

R. E. Rogers 

J. H. Rose 

J. W. H. Roberts 

R. W. Stark 

H. F. Steinbeck 

H. C. Suggs 

E. H. Taft 

Jos Taft 

W. H. Taft 

R. F. Thompson 

A. L. Tucker 

S. B. Underwood, Jr. 

Ollie Van Northwick, Jr. 

J. C. Waldrop 

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Waldrop 

S. T. White 

E. H. Williford 

Hugh Winslow 

Dr. J. L. Winstead 

W. S. C. S. 
Grifton: W. C. Chauncey 

W. S. C. S. 
New Bern: Centenary Church 

W. C. Chadwick 
Newport: W. V. Garner 

Raleigh District 

Benson: W. S. C. S. 

Mrs. Ralph Medlin 
Dunn: N. M. Johnson 

W. J. Thompson 

H. W. Prince 
Erwin: Class Number 10 

Mrs. W. P. Holt, Jr. 
Franklinton: Men's Bible Class 
Henderson: M. Y. Cooper 

H. A. Dennis 

M. F. Legg 

T. W. McCracken 
Louisburg: M. C. Murphy 
Middleburg: Cokesbury Church 

Cokesbury W. S. C. S. 

Middleburg W. S. C. S. 



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Shocco Church 

Tabernacle Church 

Tabernacle W. S. C. S. 
Norlina: Jerusalem Church 

Norlina Church 

Zion Church 
Raleigh: D. S. Willis 

Walter Anderson 

H. L. Ridgeway 
Hayes Barton W. S. C. S. 

Dr. R. J. Ruark 
Trinity W. S. C. S. 
Warrenton: Church 

Other Conference 

Dr. H. C. Sprinkle 

Rocky Mount District 

Aulander: W. S. C. S. 

W. A. Tayloe 
Battleboro Church 
Bethel: Church 

W. J. Smith 
Conway: Conway Church 

Wesley Bible Class 
Elm City: W. S. C. S. 
Enfield: Church 
Halifax: Halifax Church 

Ebenezer Church 

Pierces Church 
Littleton: Calvary Charge 

Men's Bible Class 
Garysburg: Spring Church 
McTyerie Church 



Nashville: Church 
Pinetops: Charge 
Rich Square: Church 

J. G. Madrv 

W. S. C. S. 

Woodland W. S. C. S. 
Roanoke Rapids: Church 

W. A. China 

Rosemary Church 
Rocky Mount: Clark Street Church 

First Church 

Ray Bandy 
R. D. Gorham 

St. Paul Church 
Scotland Neck: W. S. C. S. 
Seaboard: Charge 
Spring Hope: Gibson Memorial Church 

Stanhope Church 
Tarboro: Church 
Weldon: Church 

Dr. W. G. Suiter 
Williamston: H. L. Swain 
Windsor: W. S. C. S. 
Wilson: First Church 
Whitakers: Church 

Mrs. J. H. Cutchin 

Wilmington District 

Chadbourn: W. S. C. S. 

Fairmont: Charge 

Tabor City: R. R. Rogers 

E. C. Sanders, 

W. S. C. S. 



REPORT OF THE 
NORTH CAROLINA COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

Your North Carolina Council of Churches continued its service to the church- 
es and people of our state in the following ways during 1957-1958: 

An outstanding Pastors' Conference held January 27th in First Methodist 
Church, High Point. Dr. Andrew W. Blackwood; Dr. Waldo Beach, and Dr. Clar- 
ence W. Cranford brought superb messages. 

At the Council's Annual Meeting January 28th in High Point, Dr. W. A. Kale, 
Professor at Duke Divinity School, was elected Council President. Dr. Cecil W. 
Robbins, President of Louisburg College, was elected a member-at-large on the 
Executive Committee. 

Over 68,000 pounds of clothing was collected and shipped to areas of great- 
est need over the world. 

Through the Christian Rural Overseas Program (CROP) food was sent to 



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feed the hungry in refugee camps, areas devastated by floods or hurricanes, and 
lands where not enough food can be produced. 

An excellent workshop on Family Life Counselling was held in Durham this 
April 21st. Harold Minor, Conference Director of Adult Work, is chairman of this 
committee. 

A Conference on Ministering to Troubled Persons was held April 30th at 
State Hospital, Raleigh, under sponsorship of the Council's Institutional Ministry 
Committee. This program was well received and will be continued. 

The Council's TV Committee produced "Credo", a series of sixteen half hour 
television programs this Spring over WUNC-TV. Several members of the N. C. 
Conference took part in this series, including a special program on Christian Col- 
leges featuring Paul Carruth. Five of these programs, including the one named, 
were filmed for later use. 

The Ministry to Migrants, reaching North Carolina's 15,000 Migratory work- 
ers with a fully rounded religious program, begins its eighth year in June. Main 
concentrations of workers are around Elizabeth City and down the coast, with 
other groups in the Mt. Olive area and in the West. A staff of ten full-time workers 
carried on this program last year both in the camps and in two child care centers — 
one in the Elizabeth City area. This is a vitally necessary Christian service to some 
of our most neglected citizens. 

In addition to these programs, your Council worked in numerous other areas 
of interest to our churches. A full scale program of Women's work and Youth 
work is included. 

This growing, cooperative Christian work urgently calls for full support of 
all its member bodies in order to be of greater service to each. 

Morton R. Kurtz 
Executive Director 



REPORT OF THE CHURCH EXTENSION 
RESEARCH PLANNING AND SURVEY COMMITTEE 

The Conference Church Extension Research Planning and Survey Committee 
has performed a distinct service to the conference which has justified its creation. 
A summary if its progress reflects credit upon those who projected its establish- 
ment. 

Since its inception four years ago, the Conference Survey Commission has 
recruited Mr. Roy Turnage as a full time employee of the North Carolina Annual 
Conference. For two years he served with real distinction as Director of Confer- 
ence Survey. With a burden upon his heart for the weakest of our Methodist 
Churches, he began to work jointly with this Committee and the Town and Coun- 
try Commission of our conference and develop that ministry now known as 'The 
Interboard Ministry to Weaker Churches'. 

So keenly has he been interested that Mr. Turnage is now employed full time 
as the Director of Field Work of the Town and Country Commission and he has 
been effective in the redemption of numerous churches which had already closed 
their doors for public worship services. Numerous others at the danger line have 
been reactivated under his guidance. We commend Mr. Turnage to the Conference 
for the fine leadership he continues to offer through this agency of the conference. 

Established first to make a thorough survey of the Church Extension needs 
of our conference, this committee has performed yoeman service at this point. A 






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survey was made which blanketed the conference revealing more than 210 areas 
which needed more careful study and planning for eventual Church Extension. 

In this four year period more than sixty-five community surveys have been 
made under the leadership and guidance of Mr. Roy Turnage and Rev. Thomas 
A. Collins. Twenty-six Duke Divinity School students have been used in these 
surveys. This was made possible through the cooperation of Duke Endowment 
program support, and numerous local church Adult groups have shared in these 
community surveys. 

From the results of these sixty-five surveys, thirty-seven new Methodist con- 
gregations have been organized, and eight more are at the point where sites have 
been secured and an organization will soon be effected. 

As a by-product of their sharing in this program of survey and research we 
are happy to report that three young men have made their decision to enter the 
active ministry of the North Carolina Annual Conference. These young men 
otherwise would have been employed in the Lord's work in some other area of our 
nation. 

For these and numerous intangible reasons we believe the work of this com- 
mittee should be continued and expanded. The Methodist Discipline makes provi- 
sion for a committee such as this to operate under the jurisdiction of the Annual 
Conference Board of Missions (Paragraph 1304). We believe this work can best 
be expanded and continued in such a relationship. 

For this reason we recommend that the North Carolina Annual Conference 
of The Methodist Church. S.E.J. , at its Annual meeting in Wilson, N. C. approve 
the consolidation of the Conference Survey Committee with the Board of Missions. 
We further recommend that all present members of the Conference Survey Com- 
mittee become members of the Board of Missions except as they are members of 
another major Board or Commission of the Conference. We further recommend 
that this committee become a standing committee of the Board of Missions, amen- 
able to said Board, and that its chairman retain his leadership in this area under 
the guidance of the Board of Missions. 

*We further recommend that all assets and funds of the Conference Church 
I Extension Research, Planning and Survey Committee be transferred to the Board 
\ of Missions, to continue the survey program begun by this committee. For this 
i purpose we designate all funds currently assigned to this committee and funds 
^budgeted for receipt in the new Conference year according to the budget of the 
World Service and Finance Commission as previously approved. 

With this consolidation we believe the work of survey, research and planning 
in the area of Church Extension will continue and flourish to the glory of God 
land the enlargement of the witness of The Methodist Church in North Carolina. 

*See Report No. 1, World Service and Finance, "Limiting and Supplementing 
Provisions Relating to the Budget" — item 12. (Editor) 

Cecil W. Robbins, Chairman 
Thomas A. Collins, Secretary 



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DEACONESS BOARD 

Our active deaconesses have served as counselors and leaders in Youth as- 
semblies, district and sub-district meetings, leadership training conferences, Metho- 
dist Student Movement conferences and groups, in the Christian Vocations Con- 
ference, and have talked with many young people about the opportunities for 
service in the Church. Miss Ethelynde Ballance is a representative from the Dea- 
coness Board on the Conference Board of Christian Vocations. Miss Mamiej 
Chandler was the personnel representative of the Woman's Division of Christian 
Service at the MSM Regional Leadership Training Conference at Lake Junaluska, 
last June, and was associated with the representative of the Personnel Department 
of the Board of Missions in a Workshop on World Christian Community. 

Active deaconesses serving in the Conference: Ethelynde Ballance, rural work- 
er on the Roberdell charge; Mamiej Chandler, Director of the Methodist Student 
Center, Greenville; Alta Nye, Indian Work, Pembroke. Sara McCracken, still 
on extended leave, Durham, has rendered volunteer service in the local church and 
with the Woman's Society of Christian Service on the local, district and Confer- 
ence level. Miss Jennie Congleton, Greenville, and Miss Elizabeth R. Davis, Rocky 
Mount, are the retired deaconesses within the bounds of our Conference. 

The Board presents Miss Charlotte Whitfield and Miss Olene Civils for con- 
secration as Deaconesses and for appointment by the Bishop at this service of the 
Annual Conference. Both have completed the training for the Office of Deaconess 
and both have Master's Degree in Religious Education from Scarritt College for 
Christian Workers, Nashville, Tennessee. Miss Whitfield has served this past year 
as Director of Christian Education, First Methodist Church, Siler City, N. C. Miss 
Civils has served as Director of Christian Education, Central Methodist Church, 
Spartanburg, South Carolina. 

Your Deaconess Board recommends: 

That the Pastors of local Churches and all agencies working with Youth offer 
the members of this Board the opportunity of presenting to our young people the 
relationship of the Deaconess to the Church and the call to Christian service 
through Church-related vocations. 

That, in accordance with the request of the Commission on Deaconess Work, 
a study be made of the employment of women in local churches and in church- 
related projects within the Conference, in order that the Board may more fully 
understand the needs within the Conference, help the Commission in its over-all 
program, and stimulate an increased recruitment for Church-related vocations. 

Mamiej Chandler, Chairman 
Ethelynde Ballance, Secretary. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE 

ON 

DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS 

The District Conference Records for the following Districts were examined 
and found to be in good order: 

Burlington, Elizabeth City, Fayetteville, Goldsboro, New Bern, Rocky Mount, 
Raleigh, and Wilmington. 

R. Bruce Pate. Chairman 
James H. Miller, Jr., Secretary 



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DUKE ENDOWMENT REPORT 1957-58 

The following is a statement of the activities of the Duke Endowment in the 
two Methodist Conferences of North Carolina for the Conference Year 1957-58. 



Church Building Aid 

Number of requests for approval of architectural plans 

Number requesting financial aid 

Requests investigated by Field Director 

Requests approved for financial aid: 

North Carolina Conference 
Western North Carolina Conference 



Total amount appropriated for Building Aid 1957-58 

Number of churches deferred not being able to pay their total 

debt in two years with Duke Aid: 26 

North Carolina Conference 9 

Western North Carolina Conference 17 

Ye 



Church Maintenance Fund 

Amount of Fund Used for Mission Aid 

Number of Mission Charges Aided: 

North Carolina Conference 
Western North Carolina Conference 





222 




88 




88 




62 


27 


$ 78,250.00 


35 


$107,800.00 


62 




Total 


$186,050.00 





$40,000.00 




62 


34 




28 




62 






*$59,650.00 




103 


58 




45 




103 




Total 


$99,650.00 



Amount of Fund Used for Summer Assistant Pastors 
Number of Charges aided by summer assistant pastors: 
North Carolina Conference 
Western North Carolina Conference 

Total amount distributed for maintenance 



Superannuate Fund 

Total Persons Aided in both Conferences up to 1957 819 

North Carolina Conference 320 

Western North Carolina Conference 499 

8T9 
Persons Aided 1957 Conference Sessions 18 

North Carolina Conference 1 1 

Western North Carolina Conference 7 

Ts 



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Total Persons Aided up to present 

Amount Appropriated for Superannuate Fund 1957-58 

Total Duke Endowment Aid 1957-58 

For Church Building 
For Church Maintenance 
For Superannuate Fund 


837 
$60,000.00 

$186,050.00 
$ 99,650.00 
$ 60,000.00 


Total 
*North Carolina Conference $26,875.00 
Western North Carolina Conference $32,775.00 


$345,700.00 


* $59,650.00 
A. J. Walton 





REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Vergil E. Queen, President W. Stanley Potter, Secretary 

Division of the Local Church 
Section A 

COMMITTEE ON GENERAL CHURCH SCHOOL WORK 
John M. Meares, Chairman 
REPORT OF PROGRESS 

The Committee on General Church School Work of the North Carolina 
Conference Board of Education realizes the constant duty and continuing task of 
the Church to provide leadership and guidance in the monumental task of Christian 
Education through the local church. We commend our Executive Secretary, Dr. 
C. P. Morris, and his competent staff for the vigorous and effective work that has 
been done. 

Progress is being made in our conference in the field of Christian Education. 
Each year for the past several years we have been able to report an increase in 
Church School membership and attendance, a more effective program of leader- 
ship training, a growth in the use and understanding of our Methodist literature, 
greatly improved educational facilities, increased giving to World Service and 
special causes, an increase in the number of churches employing Directors of 
Christian education, and a greater understanding of and deeper commitment to the 
goals and purposes of Christian education. 

We are pleased to report an increase of 3.1% in church school membership 
in the Conference Year 1956-1957. This is considerably larger than the 1.7% , 
increase for the Methodist Church as a whole. During this same period average 
attendance increased 1.3%, Fourth Sunday World Service giving increased 22%, 
76% of those who joined the church on profession of faith came from the Church ! 
School, and five new church schools were organized. 

In the area of leadership training we are able to report as follows for the' 
year 1957-1958: 5743 persons reached in 38 subdistrict Christian Workers' Schools; 
eight local church one-teacher schools; three special schools for small churches; 31 



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subdistrict Institutes for church school workers reached 972 persons; 21 persons 
attended the SEJ Leadership School at Lake Junaluska; 53 persons attended the 
three-day Coaching Conference for Prospective Instructors to prepare themselves 
to teach leadership training courses; 22 attended the one-day Coaching Conference 
for Deans of Christian Workers' Schools; and many local churches conducted 
informal training classes for their workers. The Conference Board of Education in 
cooperation with the Conference Boards of Missions, Evangelism, and the Town 
and Country Commission sponsored a special Inter-Board Ministry to the weaker 
churches. 

All of these leadership training projects and other age-group training enter- 
prises were financed by the Church School Rally Day offering. It is imperative that 
this offering be greatly increased to take care of this expanding program of train- 
ing. 

BASIC ELEMENTS IN A PROGRAM OF 
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION FOR THE LOCAL CHURCH 

Scope: The Church School is concerned with every phase of human life. Its 
goal is to help persons "understand, accept, and share the Christian gospel." Its 
program attempts to meet people's everyday need for worship, study, play, and 
service. Its work does not start and stop on Sunday morning. It continues all 
through the week in (1) Sunday School, (2) The Methodist Sunday Evening Fellow- 
ship, (3) Home and Extension Service, and (4) Week-day Activities. 

Any sound program of Christian Education in the local church will include 
the following basic elements: 
1 . An Effective Organization 

a. A Functioning Commission on Education. 

b. An Effective Workers' Conference. 

c. A Properly Graded Church School. 

! 2. An adequate and continuing Program for Recruiting and Training Officers, 
Teachers and Workers. The Commission on Education should select a commit- 
tee on leadership education to provide for the recruiting and training of church 
school workers. 

3. Continuing Emphasis on Increasing Church School Membership and Attend- 
ance. 

a. Get the whole church interested and at work; b. Size things up and set 
goals; c. Agree on and use a recruitment plan; d. Improve what the church 
school has to offer; e. Have a complete home members plan; f. Start new 
classes; g. Visit in homes to cultivate prospects; h. Follow up absentees. 

4. An Effective Program of Evangelism in the Church School. 

Evangelism and Christian education have identical ultimate goals. Evangelism 
tends to emphasize motivation, commitment, and personal decisions — emphases 
'which are shared with Christian education at its best. Christian education tends to 
emphasize guided growth toward commitment, perceptive understanding, gradual 
.development in accordance with the laws of learning — emphases which are shared 
:with evangelism at its best. (From Evangelism of Children by Margaret Clemens 
McDowell. 

5. Adequate Rooms and Equipment. 

Each local church should make a careful study looking toward renovating 



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and making the most effective use of present facilities; consider the advisability of 
providing additional new classrooms and/ or equipment. 

Churches planning to build or remodel church school facilities are encouraged 
to take advantage of free consultation service on church school buildings and 
equipment offered by the General Board of Education and to call on the Confer- 
ence Board of Education staff for guidance. All projects should be cleared through 
the District Board of Church Location and Building. 

6. A Functioning Methodist Sunday Evening Fellowship, including meal, fellow- 
ship, study, and worship for all ages. 

7. Careful Plans for Special Days and Observances. 

a. Church School Rally Day, September 28, 1958. It is imperative that careful 
plans be made for the promotion of a special free will offering to be taken 
for the support of the program of Leadership Training in the conference. 
Our total program of leadership education across the conference is depen- 
dent upon this offering. We call attention to the fact that vastly increased 
funds are needed for this purpose and respectfully urge each local church 
to participate and increase its giving over the previous year. 

b. Christian Education Week, September 28 — October 5, 1958. 

c. Race Relations Day, February 8, 1959, Special Offering for Paine College. 

d. Children's Day, May 3, 1959. 

e. National Family Week, May 3-10, 1959. 

f. Methodist Student Day, June 14, 1959. 

g. World Service Sunday, each fourth Sunday with total offering applied to 
World Service budget of the church. 

8. Participation in Opportunities Beyond the Local Church 

a. SEJ Leadership and Laboratory School, Lake Junaluska, August 4-15, 1958. 

b. Institute of Church Music, Lake Junaluska, August 3-8, 1958. 

c. SEJ Church School Superintendents Conference, Lake Junaluska, August 
15-17, 1958. 

d. Directors of Christian Education Workshop, West Market Street Methodist 
Church, Greensboro, N. C, November 3-6, 1958. 

e. N. C. Conference Seminar for Leadership Instructors, January 19-21, 1959. 

f. Subdistrict Christian Workers' Schools, one in each subdistrict, sponsored 
jointly by the Conference Board of Education and the local Board of Man- 
agers. The Conference Board continues its policy of paying one half the 
honoraria of instructors of all schools approved by the board. 

g. Southeastern Recreation Workshop, Leesburg, Florida, April 1-8, 1959. 

h. Special Opportunities for Small Churches. One-teacher training schools 
on "The Educational Work of the Small Church" should be held in the very 
small church. The conference Board of Education provides the instructor 
for these schools. We urge the pastors and District Superintendents coopera- 
tion with the board in the promotion of these opportunities. 

i. District Curriculum Seminar for Pastors, Church School Superintendents, 
and Administrative Officers, to be held in connection with the Vacation 
Church School Institutes, March 2-5, 9-12, 16-19, 1959. 

LOCAL CHURCH EMPHASIS 

We rejoice that the Conference Commission on Local Church Emphasis has 

agreed to emphasize "Expansion" during the 1959-1960 Conference Year, and 

pledge our support to the District Superintendents as they lead us in this program 

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1. Start church schools in churches that have no church school. 

2. Strengthen church schools where help is needed. 

3. Organize church schools in newly organized churches. 

4. Start church schools and classes in communities where an organized church 
is not practical at the present. 

RESOLUTION 

Whereas, currently there is no group or committee charged specifically with 
.he development and promotion of an adequate program and philosophy of rec- 
reation, be it therefore resolved that the North Carolina Conference Board of 
Education set up a special Committee on Recreation to study and to recommend 
an effective program of recreation and the Christian use of leisure time, and to 
assist the local churches in planning and promoting such a program. The Execu- 
te Secretary and the conference Directors of Children's, Youth, and Adult Work, 
shall be ex-officio members of this committee. The committee shall elect a chairman 
iind an executive committee from the total committee. The committee shall make 
in annual report to the Conference Board of Education and at such other times as 
equested. 

CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 

We pledge the support of the Committee on General Church School Work to 
ihe task and program of the conference on Christian Higher Education. 

RECOMMENDATION 
We recommend and urge the reappointment of Dr. C. P. Morris as Executive 
iecretary of the Conference Board of Education. 

Section B 
COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN'S WORK 
Lester A. Tilley, Chairman 
rogress Report for 1957-1958 

Our North Carolina Conference is deeply indebted to Mrs. V. E. Queen for 
er splendid work as Conference Director of Children's Work. Her leadership has 
:ieant much to the District Directors and other church leaders in carrying on their 
fork more easily and more effectively. We thank her sincerely for her untiring 
evotion, her magnificent leadership, and her "full-time" service in a "part-time" 
isk, which she was persuaded to undertake when we found ourselves without a 
Conference Director, due to the resignation of Miss Elizabeth Johnson. 

The Committee on Children's Work continues to emphasize that a Vacation 
,'hurch School be held in every local church. These Schools were attended by 
5,258 boys and girls in the Conference year, 1956-'57. Very successful District 
'acation Church School Institutes were held in each of the nine Districts, the first 
vo weeks in March. These one-day sessions reached 1,558 persons, which was 
i increase in attendance over the previous year. The Institutes were led by the 
jistrict Directors of Children's Work, assisted by outstanding instructors in each 
le group. 

Nine District Junior Camps were held with 635 boys and girls in attendance. 
,ach District Camp was directed by a minister, assisted by counselors recruited 
(Om local Methodist churches. There was a growing interest in Day Camping 
>r local churches, and several churches reported successful Day Camps during the 
jmmer. A special training session was held at Camp Don-Lee in April for District 
irectors and counselors responsible for the Junior Camps and for those interested 



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in Day Camping. This four-day training was under the leadership of Miss La Donna 
Bogardus from the General Board. 

We commend the Committee on Campsites and the laymen of the Conference 
for providing additional camps which will make possible the expansion of Junior 
Resident Camping and Day Camping. 

Five Sub-District Institutes were held in each District to introduce new ma- 
terials and to promote the year's program in Children's Work. 

The most effective way of training workers with children is through Christian 
Workers' Schools. During the past year, fifty-four courses in the area of children's 
work were taught in thirty-five schools. These classes reached 1,151 workers, with I 
651 receiving Course Cards of Recognition. Alamance County, Beaufort-Morehead J 
Area, Durham Area, and Raleigh Area Schools included Observation-Laboratory 
courses in which eighty-four teachers were enrolled, fifty-five of which received i 
Course Cards. 

There has been a substantial increase in enrollment in the children's depart- 1 
ment of the church schools, with a total enrollment of 44,760. We have emphasized 
the importance of the Nursery Home Department and can report much progress. 

Twenty-two persons attended the three courses for children's workers present- 
ed in the Coaching Conference for Leadership School Instructors which was held 
in Durham in January. 

Missionary education of children has been encouraged by working with the 
Woman's Society of Christian Service in promoting Special Missions Units and by 
promoting the Children's Service Fund. 

We are looking forward to an active program in the area of children's work 
during the next Conference year under the direction of a full-time Director of 
Children's Work. 

Recommendations for Children's Work 

1 . Vacation Church School 

a. That there be a Vacation Church School held in every church in the Con- 
ference. 

b. That the first three weeks in March, 1959, be reserved for Area Vacation 
Church School Institutes and that there be twelve such Institutes. 

c. That the Vacation Church Schools held during the summer of 1958 be re- 
ported at Conference, 1959. 

2. Camping 

a. That more extensive promotion be made of the program of Day Camping 
in the local churches. 

b. That resident Junior Camps be supported on a district basis. 

c. That a training session be held in early summer for those interested 
Junior Resident and Day Camping. 

3. District Directors 

a. That the District Directors be used as resource persons by local churches 
for introducing and planning the year's work. 

b. That specific suggestions be made available to every local church through; 
the Superintendent of the Children's Division. 

4. Nursery Home Department 

a. That we strengthen the work of the Nursery Home Department by pro- 
viding training opportunities for the Nursery Home Visitor. 

b. That we urge regular contact with parents of children too young to attenc 
the nursery class. 



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c. That parents be instructed in the meaning and purposes of the baptism of 
infants. 

d. That parents be encouraged to present their children for this sacrament. 

5. Parents of Pre-school Children 

a. That a guidance sheet for observation be prepared and distributed to parents 
who visit in the nursery and kindergarten groups. 

b. That there be a program of study offered during the Sunday School hour 
or at another suitable time for parents of pre-school children, this program 
to deal with the literature and plans of the Methodist Church for nursery 
and kindergarten children. 

6. Cooperation between the Woman's Society of Christian Service Secretary of 
Children's Work and the Superintendent of the Children's Division 

a. That the Secretary of Children's Work work closely with the Divisional 
Superintendent in promoting work with children in additional sessions in 
the local church and clarifying proper channeling of the Children's Service 
Fund. 

b. That the Secretary of Children's Work in the local church be a worker in 
the Children's Division. 

c. That the District Secretary of Children's Work and the District Director of 
Children's Work cooperate in promoting Christian Education of children 
in the Districts by the exchange of ideas and materials. 

7. That the local church Commission on Education set up standards for all teach- 
ers in the church school, using as their guide the recommendations of the Gen- 
eral Board of Education in leaflet no. 8282-BC. The title of the leaflet is 
"Friendly Methodist Church School Teachers." (Order from the Methodist 
Publishing House, Richmond 16, Virginia, for 25?!). 

8. Church-sponsored Weekday Nursery Schools and Kindergartens 

a. That a survey be made of the number of church-sponsored weekday nursery 
schools and kindergartens and that we study the advisability of a training 
program for leaders of these weekday projects. 

b. That churches sponsoring a weekday program if religious education en- 
courage their leaders to take advantage of the training opportunities and 
that they affiliate themselves with a recognized Association of Childhood 
Education. 

9. The Minister and Children 

a. That the minister establish a personal relationship between himself and 
the children. 

b. That ministers take every opportunity to be with the children of the church. 

c. That the teachers look to the minister as a resource person available to 
assist in some units of the church school material. 

d. That district seminars for ministers be held, these to deal with the nature 
of children, needed space and equipment, and literature. 

0. Special Days 

a. That children's workers cooperate in every possible way with the total 
program of Christian Education. 

b. That they lead out in the observance of Children's Day, Church School 
Rally Day, Promotion Sunday, and National Family Week. 

1 . Plans for Observation 

a. That classes in church schools over the Conference be carefully selected 
and offered as observation centers for church school teachers. 



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b. That the teachers in these observation classes be given special training in the 
techniques of conducting an observation class. 

c. That those observing be prepared for observing and evaluating such classes. 

General Recommendations 

12. That in conjunction with the Membership Training Class (Discipline, paragraph 
29), a Guidance Session be held for the parents of the children joining the 
church to familiarize them with the purpose of this class. 

13. That more men be encouraged to enter the program of Christian Education 
in the Children's Division of the local church. 

14. That churches planning to build or remodel their educational facilities consult 
with the Conference Board of Educatiin as to suitability of plans. 

15. That a Conference for Children's Workers be planned in the Conference year 
of 1958-1959 with resource people to give help in the field of local teaching 
situations and teacher problems, and also an inspirational speaker. 

16. That a Conference Laboratory School be planned for the summer of 1959 and 
that we continue the practice of a Conference-wide Laboratory School until 
that time when all districts can have these on district and Sub-district levels. 

17. Recognizing the need for expanding the educational facilities for higher educa- 
tion in the North Carolina Conference, the Conference Committee on Child- 
ren's Work pledges its full cooperation to the current financial campaign and 
urges the children's workers in the local churches to fully cooperate. 

Section C 
COMMITTEE ON YOUTH WORK 

Graham S. Eubank, Chairman 

The Committee on Youth Work in your Conference believes that a great 
responsibility has been placed upon its shoulders as it seeks to help prepare 
Methodist Youth to assume their rightful places as Christian individuals and 
competent adult church men and women. It is, therefore, with a deep sense of our 
dependence upon the grace of God that we undertake to continue our valuable 
work. The Committee on Youth Work is happy to make the following report to 
the Annual Conference. Some of the areas where we have been at work are listed 
below. 

REPORT OF PROGRESS 

1. Summer Opportunities 

a. The Senior Youth Assemblies at Louisburg College were well-attended and 
enjoyed a high quality of work. Four hundred and eight persons attended 
the first two weeks; one hundred and eighteen persons attended the third, 
or Workshop, Assembly. This is a fairly new venture in our Conference 1 
and is receiving wide acclaim from all who attend. Its specific purpose is 
the training of local church MYF officers. 

b. Sixty-five young people attended the Older Youth Assembly at Camp Don- 
Lee in July. (1957) 

c. The Sixth Annual Conferences Session for Youth was held on the campus ol, 
Duke University last August. Four hundred and fifty persons were in at ; 
tendance. They were joined by some 1500 additional youth and their adul; 
leaders for Rally Day. 



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. Special Training Opportunities 

a. Two hundred and forty-six young people attended the District Alcohol 
Workshops sponsored by the Conference Board of Temperance. Dr. Car- 
adine R. Hooten of the General Board was the speaker. 

b. Several of the Districts carried out successful District Vacation Conferences 

c. Vacation Church School Institutes were conducted by the District Directors 
of Intermediate Work, with one hundred and ninety-one persons attending. 

. Evangelism 

a. MYF membership moved from 24,707 in 1955-1956 to 25,935 in 1956- 
1957. This is a gain of 1,228 and the largest in the past eleven years. 

b. The Board of Evangelism and the Conference MYF jointly sponsored a 
most successful Tri-District Christian Witness Mission in Goldsboro in 
April. Youth from the Wilmington and Raleigh Districts joined with young 
people in the Goldsboro District to win fifty-one youth to Christ by profes- 
sion of faith and three by transfer. The group made a total of one hundred 
and seventy-three visits and won one hundred and five new members for 
the MYF. 

. The Methodist Youth Fund last year made a good gain over the previous year 
with $12,059 being contributed by the young people of our Conference. 

. District Youth Rallies were conducted by the District Directors of Youth Work 
with excellent attendance reported. 

. A Conference-wide MYF Prayer Day was observed in many of the churches 
the first day of Lent, February 19, 1958. 

. Investment in Youth Leadership 

a. The Conference MYF sent one delegate to the Southeastern Recreation 
Workshop at Leasburg, Florida. 

b. The Conference MYF sent its President, Phil Carlton, to the National 
Conference of Methodist Youth. 

c. One young person was sent to the National School of Alcohol Studies. 

. A National Caravan composed of three young women, one young man, and an 
adult counselor visited six churches. A Duke Divinity School Caravan com- 
posed of two young men worked in ten churches. 

. A Coaching Conference for Leadership School Instructors was held at Duke 
Memorial Church in Durham. Twelve adult workers worked in the course, 
"Understanding Youth." Ten of these leaders became certified to teach this 
course in our Christian Workers' Schools. 

. Fall Institutes were held in each District by the District Directors of Youth 
Work, at which time emphasis on materials and resources for youth was given. 

^COMMENDATIONS FOR 1958-1959 

>r the Youth Division of our church we recommend the following: 

We desire our program to be so geared that the Capital Funds Campaign for 
r Conference Emphasis on Christian Higher Education will have full priority. 

. Training Program for Adult Workers with Youth 

a. We recommend that a course in leadership training be offered in the first 
two Assemblies at Louisburg. 

b. We recommend that an emphasis be given to the organizing of Fellowships 
of Adult Workers with Youth on the Sub-district level. It is hope that 
groups can be organized in at least three of our District a year. 



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c. We recommend that a weekend training period guided by trained leadership 
from our General Board be held to which adult leaders could be invited. 

d. We recommend that Fellowship Teams be made available to churches that 
have greater possibilities for growth. The District Superintendents and 
District Directors of Youth Work are asked to determine the churches 
which have need of these teams. 

e. We recommend that courses on youth work be included in every Christian 
Workers' School, particularly for Intermediate work, and that more teachers 
be secured for youth courses in Christian Workers' Schools. 

f. We recommend that an opportunity be given to several District Directors 
of Youth Work to attend the Leadership School at Lake Junaluska. 

2. District and Sub-district Cultivation 

a. We recommend that Sub-district and District officers be elected in the 
spring and installed in the fall, thereby giving time for the old and new 
officers to work together during the summer. 

b. We recommend holding a District Retreat soon after ACS, for which ade- 
quate preparation will be made by the adult workers and the youth officers. 
This retreat is to be a means whereby the material gathered at ACS may 
be taken to the local MYF's. 

c. We recommend that District Directors of Intermediate Work meet early 
in the year to set up plans for their work. 

3. District Rallies 

a. We recommend that at least one District Rally be held, preferably in the 
spring of the year, and that the Rallies be made as outstanding an occasion 
as possible. 

b. During the District Rallies we urge the stressing of our summer opportuni 
ties sponsored by the Conference Board of Education. 

c. We recommend that for the Rallies in the spring of 1959, the emphasis be 
"Christ and Our Mission," the third emphasis of our Quardrennial Theme 

4. Summer Opportunities 

a. We wish to commend the Board of Education for its outstanding program 
of Christian Adventure Camping at Camp Don-Lee. We urge continuing 
support of this fine enterprise for the training of our Intermediate Youth 
We further commend the Board for its forward-looking approach to the 
area of camping as they undertake to develop three additional campsites 
We wish to direct the attention of the entire Conference to this outstand 
ing program of Christian Camping. 

b. We stress continued support by pastors and lay people of our long-standing 
program of Youth Assemblies at Louisburg College each summer. Eacl 
local church is urged to send many delegates to this good work. Louisburj 
Assemblies exist as one of our best areas of recruiting for full-time churcl 
vocations. 

c. We urge continued support for the Older Youth-Single Young Adult As 
sembly, which meets each summer at Camp Don-Lee, as one means wh 
by we can assist the often neglected phase of our youth program. 

d. We recommend the strengthening of the Youth Annual Conference Sessioi ( 
at Duke University by means of the following: 

(1) Having the District Directors of Youth Work attend all Sessions. 

(2) Inviting a counselor from each Sub-district to attend ACS. 

(3) Requesting the Bishop to attend the Rally Day at ACS to give greatr' 
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(4) That we compliment the Youth Council on the fine work which they 
are doing in our Conference and urge the pastors to assist the youth 
program by sending a delegate from each local church to ACS. 
5. Wesley Foundation and Methodist Student Movement. 

a. We approve the work that is being done in our Wesley Foundation on the 
state-supported college campus, and we further urge continued support 
for each of our local churches. A part of our Capital Funds Campaign 
will be given to support the further work of our Wesley Foundations. 

b. We deplore the absence of Methodist Emphasis on Methodist campuses and 
strongly urge the organization of Methodist Student Groups on each of our 
Methodist College campuses, and we further urge that a vital Methodist 
emphasis be presented without apology in organizing, supervising, and sup- 
porting Methodist Student Groups. 

We recommend continued support of the Conference Committee on Christian 
Vocations, and we wish to commend its work this Conference year. We urge 
a close cooperation between the District Directors of Youth Work and the 
District Directors of Christian Vocations. 

We commend the undergirding of the spiritual life of the young people of 
our Conference by participation in the Conference-wide Prayer Day on Ash 
Wednesday, February 11, 1959. 

B. We urge that the new MYFund maps be used in the promotion of the 
MYFund at the Louisburg Assemblies and ACS. We urge that each local 

I MYF pledge to the MYFund in June. We urge that each individual member 

: of the MYF pledge in the amount of $2.00 a year to this Fund. 

i>. We recommend, in cooperation with the Conference Board of Evangelism, 
the holding of another Tri-District Youth Christian Witness Mission. 

p. We recommend emphasizing the local program for Intermediates, so Inter- 

I mediates will not feel the need to attend regular District and Sub-district 
meetings. The attendance of Intermediates at the District and Sub-district 

j meetings is discouraged since it is impossible to formulate a program that 

j will appeal to both groups. An occasional inspirational meeting for Inter- 

■ mediates on the Sub-district level is suggested to assist in working out this 

, problem. We further urge the General Board of Education in Nashville to 

. seriously reconsider the age groupings as they now exist in the Youth De- 

, partment to the end that a more realistic approach can be determined and used. 

II We wish to express our appreciation to Robert McKenzie, Jr., for the 
, splendid work he is doing with the youth work of our Conference, and we 

urge and recommend his reappointment as Conference Director of Youth 
• Work. 

Section D 

COMMITTEE ON ADULT WORK 

Leon Russell, Chairman 

"o higher charge is laid by democracy upon its teaching institutions than this — 
tl-t the free citizen is to be given the utmost help and encouragement in learning 
hv, and why, to control the decisions by which he agrees to be controlled. This 
nans both inquiry and action, and always by and in groups, under the best 
P Sessional leadership we can muster. It means constantly increased and deepened 
clnnels of communication, such as adult education knows how to open. It 



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means expenditure of time, energy, creativeness, and money; and never will 
education confront a better bargain." 

1. Quadrennial Goals for Adults in North Carolina Conference 

a. Create a consciousness of the unique importance of adults in the life of 
The Methodist Church and of their need for continuing spiritual, mental, 
and social growth. 

b. Create an awareness of the Adult Division as a part of the local church 
organization, and stimulate the formation of Adult Councils in local 
churches. 

c. Help to increase understanding and mutual appreciation between members 
of various economic, social, and racial groups both inside and outside the 
church. 

d. Foster an increased knowledge of the Bible, and the desire to relate it to 
contemporary life. 

e. Help local adult classes to become Redemptive Fellowships, to increasei 
active participation by nominal church members, in the life of the church. 

f. Improve teaching procedures so as to involve class members in learning 
situations and help each person to assume leadership. 

g. Strengthen marital relationships and enrich family life. 

2. Report for 1958-1959. Among the adult activities beyond the local church 

for 1957-1958 were 12 Bible Conferences, 17 adult methods courses in 
Christian Workers' Schools, 3 Family Life Institutes, 2 Mental Health 
Institutes, 1 Social Action Seminar, 2 Adult Rallies, 9 active Subdistrici 
Young Adult Fellowships, 30 Subdistrict Institutes for Superintendents o: 
Adult Divisions, 24 Subdistrict Institutes for local church Family Lift 
chairmen, and 182 days of Field Service by the Conference Director o 
Adult Work. 

3. Recommendations to Local Churches 

a. Activate the Adult Council — a quarterly meeting of teachers and president 
of adult classes, and leaders of other adult organizations, to plan for 
complete ministry to adults. The Conference Director, upon invitation b 
a local church, will arrange help to assist in such activation. 

b. Study and cooperate in the Campaign for Christian Higher Education- 
Adult classes have an opportunity for participation, by engaging in a stud 
of the needs and possibilities of Christian colleges, and by pledging fu 
support to the campaign. 

c. Evangelize through Adult Groups making each group an evangelistic an 
of the church. Adult groups should offer teams for visitation in cooperatic 
with the Commission on Evangelism, and the Superintendent of Membe 
ship Cultivation. Each teacher should be teaching for a verdict of Chris 

d. Organize Additional Adult Classes and Study Groups. Some men's ar 
women's classes should combine to make room for younger adult classe 
Other classes could divide with advantage. Some short term interest grou) 1 
could be held, with students retaining membership in present classes. 

e. Experiment in Adult Groups with New Methods of Teaching — Resean 
has shown that group discussion, followed by group decision, has fro, 
four to ten times the effectiveness of lecture and explanation, both 
immediate change of practice and in duration of change. 

f. Select Curriculum Materials in Each Class, using "Resources for Adij 
Groups," the new guidebook. We especially urge consideration of t 
Basic Christian Books Series, first available for Fall Quarter, 1958. 



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g. Provide the "Adult Workers Living Library" for use of Adult Teachers, 
and others interested. 

h. Plan and carry out an effective Young Adult Week, January 18-25, 1959. 
This observance led to a re-vitalizing of the Vanceboro Church last year. 

i. Encourage Adults to Seek Inspiration and Leadership Training, both in 
and beyond the local church. We call especial attention to the Adult 
Convocation at Duke, August 8-10. For teachers, officers, and members 
of Adult classes, Commission Chairmen, Older Adults, Family Life Chair- 
men, and Superintendents of Adult Divisions. 

4. Recommendations for District and Subdistrict Program 

a. Strengthen the Bible Conference Program, by holding a minimum of two 
Bible Conferences in each District. Some Christian Workers' Schools 
omit the Bible course in favor of a Bible Conference held at a different 
time. 

b. Include a course on Adult Work in every Christian Workers' School. 

c. Conduct Mental Health Workshops in cooperation with local community 
resources, including a discussion of the contributions of the pastor. 

d. Offer Clinics for Teachers of Adult Classes — to guide teachers in the ex- 
perience of making a teaching plan involving group procedures. 

e. Cooperate in areas of social concerns, with Boards of World Peace, Tem- 
perance, and Social-Economic Relations. We urge local churches to face 
social issues with courage, in the spirit of love. 

f. Organize a Subdistrict Young Adult Fellowship in each urban center of the 
conference. We believe that Subdistrict YAF's would welcome a study of 
contemporary social concerns. 

5. Recommendations for Conference Program 

a. Give guidance and assistance in developing local church, district, and sub- 
district program. 

b. Send to each pastor the list of "Needs of Adults That Should be met by 
Local Churches," compiled by the Bishop and Cabinets in the Area Con- 
sultation on Adult Work. This list should be considered by the local church 
Adult Council. 

c. Evaluate the Summer Opportunities for Adults in terms of quality, atten- 
dance, and results, and plan for indicated changes for 1959. 

d. Request clarification of policies and more comprehensive promotioal ma- 
terials dealing with the persons who are 18-23, from the youth and adult 
departments of the Divisions of the Local Church, General Board of 
Education. 

6. We commend the Reverend Harold Minor for his effective and consecrated 

leadership as Conference Director of Adult Work, and recommend his 
re-appointment for the Conference Year, 1958-1959. 

Section E 

COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN FAMILY LIFE 

Jesse H. Lanning, Chairman 

We believe that Christian Family Life Education is an imperative necessity 
in the church because the basic experiences which develop Christian attitudes, 
motives, and behavior are intrenched in the relationships between members of the 
family group. Our ideas of God, Christ, Sin, Salvation, and moral values are 
more firmly established by our families than any other group. This makes the 



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effort to develop Christian families one of the basic aims of the local church. 

EVALUATION OF THE 1957-'58 PROGRAM 

1 . For the first time, District Directors of Family Life Education were appointed 
in each district and began their work under the supervision of the Conference 
Director of Adult Work. These Directors met in Greenville in the fall and 
outlined their work. 

2. The District Directors began developing a mailing list of family life workers 

in the local churches and made contact with them by mail and visits. The 
directors also met with local church family life workers in the District Church 
School Institutes in the fall. 

3. Family Life Institutes were conducted this year in Ahoskie, Laurinburg, and 
Rocky Mount. 

4. Many of the Christian Workers' Schools included courses on Making Your 
Home Christian. 

5. A highly successful Family Camp was conducted at Camp Don-Lee, August 
21-24. Two Family Camps will be held in 1958— August 17-20, August 20-23. 

6. Several of our ministers and laymen participated in the North Carolina Family 
Life Council's annual Conference at East Carolina College in Greenville last 
September. The next annual meeting will be held at the Sir Walter Hotel in 
Raleigh, October 26-28, 1958. The public is invited. 

7. There has been increasing evidence reported this year that there is a growing 
concern among the pastors for the problems being expressed by families. 
This deepening concern is an indication that greater efforts and better pro- 
grams in family life education may be forthcoming. 

8. A group of our pastors were invited this year to improve their skill in dealing 
with family problems by attending the North Carolina Council of Churches' 
Institute on Marriage and Family Counseling in Durham; and the Institute 
on Counseling Troubled Persons at Dix Hill Hospital in Raleigh. 

9. A number of representatives from the North Carolina Conference attended 
the Family Life Conference at Lake Junaluska last summer. 

10. Some very valuable information on family problems was presented on the 
television program "Credo" which was produced in WUNC-TV, channel 4, 
in Chapel Hill by the North Carolina Council of Churches in May of this year. 

11. We commend the Conference Director of Adult Work, Harold Minor, for his 
vision in recruiting District Directors of Family Life in each district, and for 
his continuing efforts to improve our family life education program. 

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE 1958-'59 PROGRAM ON 
THE CONFERENCE LEVEL 

1. That the Conference Director of Adult Work nominate, and the District Super- 
intendent approve, a District Director of Family Life Education in each district 
who will work as a member of the District Church School Staff. 

2. That where possible pastors and laymen develop family life programs in co- 
operation with other appropriate community agencies, such as the P. T. A., 
Family Service agencies, Child Guidance Clinics, Mental Health Clinics, the 
Pubic Health Department, the Public Welfare Agencies, and others. 



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3. That the Family Camping program be continued and that the three new camp- 
sites be utilized for expanding the family camping program for the summer 
of 1959, if feasible. 

4 That a training workshop to develop teaching skills for leading Parent discus- 
sion groups in local churches be provided for pastors and layworkers as soon 
as possible. 

5. That delegates be sent to the Jurisdictional Family Life Workshop at Lake 
Junaluska, July 17-20, by local churches and the Annual Conference. 

6. That a plan be devised to select delegates from this Conference to attend the 
National Family Life Conference in Chicago, October 17-19. 

7. That a Conference-wide Follow-up program be conducted on the theme of the 
National Family Life Conference; this may be arranged during the year 1959- 
'60. 

8. That Board of Managers for Sub-district and area Christian Workers' Schools 
be urged to include in their schools courses on the Christian family. 

9. That every means be used to urge pastors to avail themselves of all opportun- 
ities for advanced training in counseling with families. Especially do we urge 
local churches to send their pastors to the North Carolina Council of Churches' 
Institute on Family Counseling; and where possible to subsidize their fee and 
travel expense. 

10. That the TRAFCO T. V. program series, "Talk Back," which is to be produced 
on local T. V. stations this year be widely publicized, and that local churches 
be assisted in developing a listening audience and in forming "Talk Back" 
discussion groups. 

11. That our Conference Staff assist in developing and sending out a calendar 
showing the program schedule of the various family life education agencies in 
North Carolina. 

—ON THE DISTRICT AND SUB-DISTRICT LEVEL: 

1. That the District Director of Family Life Education select one local church in 
his district and help develop a complete and efficient program on family life 
there, with the agreement that this church's program may be used as a labora- 
tory for observation and training for other churches in that area. 

2. That each District Superintendent have a local church Director of Family Life 
elected in the Quarterly Conference of each local church, and that a list of 
these persons be sent to the Conference Board office along with the list of 
other church school officials. 

3. That a Family Life Institute be held in each district, sub-district, or area, where 
desired. 

4. That clinics to train leaders of parent discussion groups be held where possible 
in the district or sub-district. 

—ON THE LOCAL CHURCH LEVEL: 

1. That each local church elect a Director and/ or a Committee on Family Life 
Education to plan and conduct its program. Conference and District resource 
persons are available to give assistance in this. 

2. That a study course on Christian Family Life be taught in many local churches. 
A one-teacher workers' school might be devoted to this subject. The Confer- 
ence staff will recommend a qualified teacher. 



North Carolina Annual Conference 

That the new adult curriculum material, "Basic Christian Books Series," which 
will include a text and study guide on Christian Family Living, be used in 
adult classes beginning in October as a basis of study in famly life. These books 
are available from the Methodist Publishing House and will be listed on the 
regular church school literature order blank this fall. 

That local churches offer a Parents' Study Class using the special study ma- 
terial prepared for this purpose in the "Christian Home Magazine." This 
periodical may be ordered with the other church school lesson materials. 
That where possible local churches be encouraged to develop their own family 
camping program. The Conference Camps and other resources will be avail- 
able on a limited basis for these projects. 

That the Methodist Sunday Evening Fellowship program, which is being 
developed in many of our churches, be used for additional family life study. 
If a church fellowship cannot meet each week, it is recommended that meet- 
ings be held at least monthly. 

That local churches plan to encourage and give financial assistance to delegates 
from their church to the National Family Life Conference in Chicago, October 
17-19. 

We urge local ministers and laymen to encourage local public school officials 
to include programs on pre-marital education in their school curriculum. We 
believe that such action is imperative because the increasing number of high 
school students having serious sexual and pre-marital problems can be served 
best in this way. 

We call to the attention of local churches that packets of materials which will 
help them develop a family life program are available FREE from the Depart- 
ment of Family Life Education, The General Board of Education of the 
Methodist Church, Box 871, Nashville 2, Tennessee. 



Section F 

COMMITTEE ON DIRECTORS OF EDUCATION AND 

MINISTERS OF MUSIC 

Julian Aldridge, Chairman 

The Committee on Directors of Christian Education and Ministers of Music 
is a new Standing Committee of the Conference Board of Education. The or- 
ganizational meeting was held May 6, 1958. At this meeting the following rec- 
ommendations were made: 

I. Directors of Christian Education 

1. That the Board of Education encourage the continuance of the Annual Seminar 
for Directors of Christian Education and Educational Assistants (heretofore 
carried out jointly with those of the Western North Carolina Conference.); that 
the Board of Education encourage local churches to send their Director of 
Christian Education or Educational Assistant to this annual seminar, and that 
the churches finance their director's attendance. 

2. That the Conference Board of Education office promote the Seminar for 
Directors and Educational Assistants through mailings to the churches that 
have Directors or Educational Assistants. 



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That local churches send their Director of Christian Education or Educational 
Assistant to the annual Southeastern Jurisdiction Workshop for Directors at 
Lake Junaluska, and to the Leadership School (one or two weeks) if possible; 
that the local churches finance their director's attendance. 
That the following persons be certified Directors of Christian Education 
at the 1958 Annual Conference: 

Mrs. Cotty Critcher Potter, Ann St. Methodist Church, Beaufort, N. C. 

Miss Charlotte Whitfield, First Methodist Church, Siler City, N. C. 
That, at her request, the following certification be dropped: 

Mrs. James P. Burnett, Front St. Methodist Church, Burlington, N. C. 
That certification of the following be renewed: 

Miss Ethelynde Ballance, Roberdel Charge, Route 3, Rockingham, 
N.C. 

Miss Mable A. Nance, 820 Madison St., Apt. 3, Durham, N. C. 

Miss Alta Nye, Pembroke, N. C. 

Miss Martha Ellen Stott, Trinity Methodist Church, Durham, N. C. 

Miss Nancy Elizabeth Wike, Jarvis Memorial Methodist Church, 
Greenville, N. C. 
That the following be recognized as transferring from the Western N. C. Con- 
ference: 

Mrs. Jewel Jones Glenn, Northwood Circle, Durham, N. C. 



II. Ministers of Music 

1. That local churches send their Ministers of Music or choir director to the an- 
nual Institute of Church Music at Lake Junaluska, August 3-8, 1958. 

2. That the local churches and area Christian Workers' Schools be encouraged to 
include courses on music in these schools. 

3. That local choir directors and accompanists, whether or not certified Ministers 
of Music, be encouraged to affiliate with NAFOMM, and to attend the 
NAFOMM meeting at Boston University, July 13-18, 1958. 

4. That the Board of Education sponsor a one-day conference-wide meeting of 
local choir directors, accompanists, and other interested persons during March, 
1959, for the purpose of organizing a Fellowship of Methodist Musicians; that 
the fellowship provide in service training; that Dr. Bliss Wiant, Director of 
Music, Division of the Local Church, General Board of Education, be invited 
as resource leader. 

5. That the Conference Board of Education office compile a mailing list of 
musicians in local churches. 

6. That the committee collaborate with the Conference Commission on Worship 
in an Institute of Music and Worship for Ministers of Music, choir directors, 
pastors, etc. 

7. That the following persons be certified Ministers of Music at the 1958 Annual 
Conference: 

Mr. Frank S. Love, Jr., Box 1225, Fayetteville, (Hay St. Methodist 

Church) 
Mrs. W. J. Flowers, Jr., 202 College St., Mount Olive, N. C. 
Mrs. Gwendolyn B. Dickens, Halifax, N. C. (Weldon Methodist 

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8. That certification of the following be renewed: 

Mrs. Robert Daniel Massey, Zebulon Methodist Church, Zebulon, 

N.C. 
A. Dwight Price, Aldersgate Methodist Church, Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Lawrence M. Skinner, Raeford Methodist Church, Raeford, N. C. 
Miss Virginia Caroline Wright, Hamilton Methodist Church, Rober- 
sonville Charge. 

Section G 

1. Committee On Camps 
Brooks Patten, Chairman 

This is the second year of work for the Camping Committee. Last year the 
major emphasis was given to analysis and long-range planning for a comprehensive 
program of camping for the Conference. This year the first steps have been taken 
to accomplish some of these goals. 

The need for more camping facilities is vividly shown by the record of camp- 
ing for the past year. Twelve hundred and five campers attended camp at Camp 
Don-Lee. The committee also rented three different camps for Junior Camping, for 
a total of 609 persons in attendance during the summer. For the summer of 1958, 
twenty-two periods of camping have been scheduled at these facilities. 

Three new camp sites are in the process of being secured for our camping 
program. Camp Rockfish, a 400 acre site on Rockfish Creek, 13 miles southwest 
of Fayetteville, near Parkton and Raeford, is being presented to our Conference 
Board of Education by the laymen of the Fayetteville District. These laymen are 
completing an $8,000 campaign during the month of May. A Local Development 
Committee has been set up, to work under the direction of the Camp Committee. 
We look forward to initial construction to begin this fall. 

Camp Chestnut Ridge, a 300 acre camp site in Orange County near Efland, 
N. C, is being secured by the Burlington and Durham District laymen at a cost 
of $6,000. A campaign to raise these funds is being completed in May. Initial 
development is to be started this summer. 

Kerr Lake Methodist Camp comprises 140 acres on Kerr Lake seven miles 
north of Henderson, N. C. This property is held under a renewable lease of 22 
years from the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers by the Raleigh Board of Missions 
and Church Extension, Inc., and has been made available to the Camp Committee 
for the development of a camping program. A campaign is currently under way in 
the Raleigh District sponsored by the laymen to raise $5,000 for initial develop- 
ment, including road, sanitary faciilties, and a picnic area. A local development 
committee has been appointed, of which Mr. W. D. Payne, of Henderson, is the 
Chairman. 

In order to enrich and expand our camping program the committee has con- 
structed a "chuck wagon" trailer, fully equipped with all necessary camping facil- 
ities for fourteen campers and three counselors. The "chuck wagon" will be put 
to immediate use this summer in weekly side trips for advanced campers from 
Camp Don-Lee to Fort Macon and other points of historical interest in the More- 
head City Area. Also the trailer will be used in helping with initial construction at 
the new camp sites, with counselor training and requisition by local churches dur- 
ing the year. 

To facilitate carrying out its functions, the Camping Committee has eliminat- 
ed its subcommittee on sites and transferred these duties and functions to the Ex- 



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ecutive Committee. These functions are to recommend camp sites to be acquired; to 
analyze program needs; to study camp standards; to draw up master plans in con- 
sultation with landscape architects and camping specialists; to present master plans 
to the Committee for approval; and to supervise camp construction. The Executive 
and Program Committees will continue their respective functions as outlined in 
last year's report. 

The Program Committee set up the following summer program of camping to 
be carried out by the Conference Camping Director, the Conference Director of 
Youth Work, the Conference Director of Adult Work, the Conference Director 
of Children's Work, and nine District Junior Camp Directors: two periods of staff 
training, six one-week and one ten-day Intermediate camps, an Older Youth As- 
sembly, a Young Adult Assembly, two Family Camps, and nine one-week District 
Junior Camps. All except the Junior Camps will be held at Camp Don-Lee. The 
Junior Camps are scheduled at Camp Caroline, Camp New Life, and Camp Mon- 
roe. 

Looking forward to the all important task of developing the new camps, the 

committee has recommended that Mr. Robert E. Reed be employed to direct this 

I work on the basis of six months of his time during the conference year 1958-1959. 

It is the hope of the committee that the development program will advance to the 

i point that Mr. Reed will be a full-time employee during this next conference year. 

The committee by unanimous resolution wishes to express its deep appreciation 
■ for the devoted leadership given its work by Mr. Bill Price who until recently has 
] been Chairman of the Committee. Special word of thanks and gratitude is extended 
I to those many directors and counselors who have given of their time and energy 
i to carry forward into an enlarging program of camping within our conference. 
j Also, the committee's appreciation goes to the many laymen and ministers who 
i join hands in the task of the local development committees for the new camps, and 
] to the laymen of the various districts who have worked faithfully to make the new 
i camp sites possible. 

We re-affirm our belief that camping offers the Church the finest opportunity 

| for leading children, young people, and adults in Christian growth since the Church 

| School was added to the Church program. Church camping gives the plus to all 

Christian education and is the ideal way for the church to teach what it considers 

i most important. 

2. Camp Don-Lee, Inc. 

L. Roscoe Foreman, President 

The construction program at Camp Don-Lee was completed in the spring of 
; 1957 and the camp was formally dedicated by Bishop Paul N. Garber on Saturday, 
May 17, 1957. Its facilities, consisting of twenty cement block buildings and 
furnishings, a fresh-water swimming pool, a boat and fishing pier, and approximate- 
, ly fifty acres of land along the shore of the beautiful lower Neuse River, are valued 
at more than $175,000. There can be do doubt that this is one of the most beautiful 
and best equipped church camps of eastern Carolina. 

A full program of camping was carried on during the summer of 1957. Ap- 
proximately twelve hundred persons attended the formal camp sessions during the 
I months of June, July, and August. These sessions included a Staff Training Camp, 
) a Young Adult Assembly, an Older Youth Assembly, a Family Camp, eight Junior 
High Christian Adventure Camps, and one District Junior Camp. Many additional 
local church retreat groups and picnic groups made use of the camp facilities dur- 
ing the spring and fall months as well as on week-ends during the camping season. 



184 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Following the resignation of Rev. Robert Regan, Jr., as our Camp Director 
at the end of June, 1957, Rev. Warren Bishop of Bynum, N. C, served as the 
camp director for the remainder of the summer camping program. We are pleased 
to announce that Rev. W. N. McDonald of Louisburg College, Louisburg, N. C, 
will serve as the Camp Director at Camp Don-Lee for the summer of 1958. A 
capacity camping program for the full summer is anticipated. 

Under the watchful eye of Mr. T. J. Collier, treasurer of the camp, the build- 
ings have been kept in a good state of repair. Minor repairs have been made this 
spring and no major repairs are anticipated in the near future. 

Alfonzie Cox, who has served the camp so faithfully for the past few years 
as cook, was employed as caretaker in February, 1958. He has done a good job 
repairing and painting boats and equipment, keeping up the grounds, looking after 
the buildings, and serving as the cook for local church week-end retreat groups. 
Since he lives a short distance from the camp we have found this arrangement to be 
most satisfactory. It is our feeling that this arrangement should be continued. 

We rejoice in the prospect of securing and developing additional camp-sites 
in our conference. These facilities are needed to take care of our growing camping 
needs. 

II 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 

Paul Carruth, Chairman 
Section A 

1. Duke University 

A. Statistics for the year ending June 30, 1958 

Number of students for the Fall Semester 1957-58 5,310 

Number of students for Summer School 1957 

(Including Medical School) 1,409 

Officers and Teachers, not including assistants 698 

B. Schedule of Assets as of June 30, 1957 

Current Restricted Funds $ 3,967,633.08 

Fund Functioning as Endowment 12,778,453.36 

Endowment Funds 24,518,163.39 

Endowed Special Funds 1,519,777.56 

Scholarship Funds 2,214,523.07 

Student Loan Funds 748,781.99 

Duke University Loyalty Fund 205,785.52 

Plant Funds 54,180,393.12 

Duke University Medical School Loyalty Fund 29,628.02 

Agency Funds 677,210.26 

TOTAL $100,840,349.37 

2. Duke Divinity School 

This has been another good year in the Divinity School. The quality of the 
students has improved and the work this year has been better than ever. Enroll- 
ment for 1957-58 shows 275 students. These fall into the following categories: 243 
candidates for the B.D. and M.R.E. degree, 25 students enrolled in the Department 
of Religion in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences who are candidates for 
the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Religion, and 7 students enrolled in the 1957-58 



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Summer Session (without duplication). The Faculty and Staff of the Divinity 
;School totals 37 of whom 27 are engaged in instruction. We are proud of the high 
caliber of the Faculty. 

There has been a slight increase this year in the amount of aid allocated to 
the Divinity School from the World Service Fund of the Methodist Church. The 
.generous support of the summer preaching program by the Duke Endowment has 
enabled us to raise the amount of aid to students working this coming summer to 
'$700 for ten weeks' work. The charges to which these students are assigned furnish 
board, lodging, the necessary incidentals and travel expenses. We will have three 
'grants-in-aid from this source in the amount of $1,000 to be used for men who 
lhave large families. We receive support annually from the College Sustaining Fund 
in each of the North Carolina Conferences. 

Because of changes in the date of meeting of several annual conferences in 
this area there has been a change in the schedule of summer activities in the Divin- 
ity School. The Ministers' Convocation and North Carolina Pastors' School is 
scheduled this year August 4-8. This will overlap the last few days of the school 
for Approved Supply Pastors. The attendance at the Supply Pastors' School runs 
around two-hundred and renders increasing service to the Methodist Church in 
North Carolina and the Southeastern Jurisdiction. There are also students in this 
school from other denominations and from outside the Southeastern Jurisdiction. 
The chief support of the school comes from the Methodist Board of Education, 
Department of In-Service Training, North Carolina Conferences. It is the purpose 
of the Divinity School and of Duke University to stay very close to the Methodist 
Church and to work with all its agencies. 

By generous gifts of sixteen members of the Board of Trustees of the Univers- 
ity a handsome wall-to-wall carpet has been installed in York Chapel along with a 
public address system. The Dean hopes to find some source that will give $7,000 
jto install a large stained glass window in York Chapel behind the altar. We have 
had here for thirty years only a velvet drape. 

The pressure for student appointments in the adjacent areas of the Methodist 
Church increases every year, and we appreciate the hearty cooperation of the 
adjacent conference in making the appointments available. A large majority of 
me Divinity School students now are married and many have families. 

The Divinity School is receiving an increasingly large number of applications 
irom foreign students. All of these require more extensive assistance than there 
jare funds for them. We would like very much for individuals and churches to send 
js money for the Foreign Student Scholarship Fund. 

3. Greensboro College 

We express thanks to you and the whole North Carolina Conference for the 
'ine way in which you are carrying forward the program in Christian Higher 
Education. Under the leadership of the Commission on Christian Higher Educa- 
tion, a new relationship will be established between the Conference and its colleges; 
jwe believe that the Church and its colleges will understand each other's work in a 
way not before possible. 

Our needs, as established by the General Board of Education's study of last 
ear, call for a gymnasium and a men's residence hall to be built as soon as financi- 
lly possible. Extensive improvement of existing structures should be carried for- 
ward at the same time. An additional $2,000,000 should be secured for endow- 
ment, so that income may be used to maintain and further improve the quality of 
■instruction and personnel. Increased sustaining funds from the Conference will 



186 North Carolina Annual Conference 

serve as living endowment, to help at the College's most critical point. Gifts from 
individuals, alumni, and corporations are on the increase. 

The following statistics for the year 1957-58 are subject to correction when 
the outside audit is completed at the end of the fiscal year: officers, assistants, and j 
instructors, 63; students 487; value of property, $2,724,000; endowment, $1,090,- . 
000; endowment scholarship aid, $2,900; work awards to students, $17,000; other 
scholarships and grants, $6,000; tuition reductions to ministers' children and to 
ministerial candidates, $6,000. 

Again our thanks for your enlightened guidance and support in the past and i 
our hope that you will see fit to increase assistance at this critical juncture in our j 
history when we are getting ready to serve a student body of over 600 students! 

4. High Point College 

The enrollment for the year ending May 26, 1958, was as follows: Regular i 
Session, 1017 different students; Summer School, 624 different students; making 
a total of 1641. We had enrolled the second largest number (in the 80's) of pre- 
ministerial students among the 50 four-year Methodist colleges in the United States 
as reported by the General Board of Education. A large number of young women 
are preparing for full-time Christian service. There were 74 faculty and staff mem- 
bers. Approximately 50 per cent of the teaching faculty held the appropriate earn- 
ed doctor's degree, compared with approximately 40 per cent for all of the four- 
year colleges and universities for the entire United States. We had 958 selected 
students enrolled during the Fall semester, 60 per cent of whom were Methodists. 
With the completion of a new girls' dormitory by the opening of school in Septem- 
ber, we will be able to permit our enrollment to reach approximately 1,000 select- 
ed students of high quality. 

Since our fiscal year closes May 31 and since the annual audit will not be 
available until the middle of July, we cannot give financial data for the year's 
operations. Suffice it to say that in an operational budget of almost $850,000 the 
College will close the year without a deficit. There is no indebtedness. 

We are happy to be able to report the occupancy of a new spacious gymnasium 
and Physical Education building with a seating capacity of approximately 3200, and 
the remodeling of the old gymnasium as an adequate and spacious cafeteria, 
dining hall, and kitchen, with the inclusion of 21 additional spaces for men resi- 
dent students. The former cafeteria and kitchen have been remodeled into addi- 
tional classrooms, faculty offices, film room, and toilet areas. An additional 400 
horse-power boiler, with a building to house it, has been installed to provide the 
needed additional heat to the new buildings that have been added in the past few 
years. 

Student religious activities continue to play an important part in the life of 
the College. Faculty leadership for these activities heads up in the Department of 
Religion and Philosophy, consisting of four full-time faculty members. 

High Point College is in desperate need of additional funds from the College 
Sustaining Fund of both Conferences. For the fiscal year closing May 31, 1957 
(the most recent year for which complete data are available) we received $51.78 
per full-time student from the North Carolina Conference Sustaining Fund (total j 
of $45,052.60) and $47.50 per full-time student from the Western North Carolina | 
Conference (total of $41,321.89 — a short conference year), or a total of $99.28 per| 
student from both Conferences. As of March 31, we had received $28,009.96 fromj 
the North Carolina Conference and $58,095.57 from the Western North Carolina 
Conference since June 1, 1957, with additional payments expected by May 31.1 



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Without knowing the exact corresponding figures for Louisburg, Greensboro and 
Brevard Colleges, but knowing that they need all the funds they are receiving, and 
more, the amount appropriated by the two Conferences to each student at High 
Point College is no more than one-half, or perhaps less, of the amount appropriat- 
ed by the two Conferences to each student at these other colleges. 

Since High Point College has a larger number of commuting students, it has 
'been claimed by some that High Point does not need as large an appropriation 
per student as a college with few day students. This is entirely erroneous. It costs 
I as much to teach a commuting student as it does a dormitory student. The accredit- 
!ing agencies require the same amount to be spent on teaching a commuting student 

!as a dormitory student. 
Just a word about our most immediate needs. Our operating funds need to be 
doubled either from a greatly increased endowment, greatly increased sustaining 
funds from the Conferences, or a combination of both. This is our greatest need. 

5. Louisburg College 

Statistics: Total enrollment, 400; faculty and staff, 34; property evaluation, 
!$ 1,600,000; endowment, $188,000; indebtedness, $69,000; budget for year, $315,- 
'000; received from College Sustaining Fund, $53,732; received from United Col- 
lege Appeal, $20,320; received from endowment and N. C. Foundation of Church- 
related Colleges, $13,951. 

Building Projects: The Davis Building has been remodeled during the year 
!at a cost of $75,000. A student union-cafeteria building, to cost $200,000, is under 
(construction with a loan of $180,000 from the Housing and Home Finance Agency. 
Other building needs include a library and an auditorium at a cost of over $400,- 
000. 

Endowment: The college needs to increase its endowment fund by at least 
|$500,000. 
Additional financial needs for 1958-59: 

A. Capital needs 

1. Difference between anticipated receipts and payments 

on Central Heating Plant debt $10,000 

2. Balance due on Davis Building 14,000 

3. For movable equipment in new cafeteria 10,000 

TOTAL $34,000 

B. Current operations 

1. Increase in faculty salaries $12,100 

2. Pension plan for faculty and staff (college's share) 6,000 

3. One-half of salary of additional teacher 1,900 

TOTAL $20,000 

6. Methodist College 

The President of Methodist College began his duties on September 1, 1957. 
The first matter to be undertaken was the planning of the building program. The 
irchitectural firm of Stevens and Wilkinson, Atlanta, Georgia, had already been 
employed before the President's arrival, but no planning had been done for any 
ouildings and only a preliminary study had been made looking toward use of the 
•ite. The past months have been spent in site planning, engineering studies and 
ocating of all buildings, including those presently to be undertaken and those for 
uture construction and expansion. Detailed floor plans have been drawn for seven 



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buildings in the instructional group. Planning is beginning on floor plans for the 
residence area. The architects have about completed working drawings on the first 
building in the instructional group and it will probably be ready to let to contract 
by the time this report is made. 

The President has also been engaged in cultivation and promotion of the 
church campaign throughout the churches of the Conference at every available 
opportunity. This work continues and shall be our chief interest until the success- 
ful completion of this endeavor. 

7. North Carolina Wesleyan College 

As a result of the efforts of the part of the Rocky Mount Area Wesleyan Col- 
lege Foundation, the following progress report is possible: 

Total number of pledges 3552 

Total amount of pledges $2,074,817.58 

Total amount paid to 4/30/58 $ 425,921.35 

Total number of pledges paid in full 511 

In addition, the 200 acre site has been deeded to the college and a 12" water 
line has already been laid to the campus. 

The building plans have rapidly progressed, and we expect to let a contract 
covering the heat and hot water plant and the various utilities very soon. Our 
Trustees have approved the site plan and the detailed working plans and specifica- 
tions for the first phase of the building program. The road system is currently being 
built, and the undesired underbrush throughout the wooded area is being cut out. 
In an effort to make our building program coincide with hoped for and expected 
income, we have divided it into three phases and will contract only on a basis of 
the funds in hand at a given period. 

We purchased the Library of Black Mountain College consisting of some 
14,000 volumes. 

Our plans now call for the selection of a president within the next few months. 
Much study is being given to this matter by our Personnel Committee. 

Section B 
COLLEGE SUSTAINING FUND, 1958-1959 

We recommend that the College Sustaining Fund be increased by $40,000 over 
the year 1957-1958, for a total of $290,000. 

We recommend that the appropriation for the Conference Commission on 
Christian Higher Education be made a preferred claim against this fund and made 
available by the Conference Treasurer, as needed. 

We recommend that the policy of distributing the Sustaining Fund currently 
be discontinued after this year. Under this plan Sustaining Fund money collected 
during the Conference Year will be distributed at the end of the Conference Year. 
We recommend that this fund be distributed quarterly from current receipts 
as follows: 

Conference Commission on Christian Higher $ 17,000 

Education 

United College Appeal 60,000 

*Louisburg College 69,000 

Duke Divinity School 20,290 

**High Point College $27,000) 

** Greensboro College $22,500; 



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Methodist College $36 750 

($30,000 to be paid as available for 
current operations for 1958-1959) 
North Carolina Wesleyan College $36,750 

($30,000 to be paid as available for 
current operations for 1958-1959) 
Contingency Fund 710 

TOTAL $290,000 

*We recommend that the increase of $7,100 for Louisburg College be contin- 
gent upon the raising of $5,000 by the Louisburg area and Alumni for operating 
expenses during the Conference Year 1958-1959. 

**In allocating the Sustaining Fund amounts for 1958-1959 to Greensboro Col- 
lege and High Point College, the North Carolina Conference Board of Education 
has been guided by the following considerations. 

1. A commitment to the education of all Methodist youth in North Carolina. 

2. The desire to bear our full share of the responsibility for the maintenance 
of our colleges to the limit of our abilities. 

3. A judgment that the equal sharing of the educational responsibility in 
North Carolina involves a major commitment by the North Carolina Con- 
ference to the work of Methodist College and North Carolina Wesleyan 
which at this time are supported by the North Carolina Conference alone. 

The above allocation of funds to the institutions supported jointly by the 
North Carolina Conference and the Western North Carolina Conference is 
made to enable these institutions, in so far as possible, to meet their present 
committments for the ensuing year. In view of the fact that the North Carolina 
Conference is committing itself to the challenging opportunity to more adequately 
jneet the needs for Christian Higher Education through two new colleges, which it 
b now supporting alone, it is obvious during this period of building and readjust- 
ment, at least, further substantial reductions will have to be made in the allocation 
)f funds by the North Carolina Conference to those institutions now jointly 
Supported by the North Carolina and Western North Carolina Conference. We 
nope that our sister conference which has been associated with us in the joint 
mpport of these institutions will expand its sustaining support to meet the growing 
needs of these two fine institutions. Attention is again called to the resolution 
pf our North Carolina Board of Education passed in June 1957 which called 
or an approach to our educational responsibilities on a state-wide basis. 

Ill 

NOMINATIONS 

Section A 

COLLEGE TRUSTEES 

Duke University: There are no Trustees of the University whose terms will 

^xpire before the Conference meets in June and no new Trustees have been elect- 

d from the North Carolina Conference since the last meeting of the Conference. 

Greensboro College: J. Wesley Foreman, Elizabeth City, and Graham S. Eu- 
•ank, Raleigh, (Term to expire December 31, 1962). 

High Point College: Josh L. Home, Rocky Mount, and Mrs. Katie MacAulay 
•ankin, Mt. Gilead, (Term to expire October 1961). 



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Louisburg College: A. C. Edwards (Term to expire 1960), Tom Bailey (Term 
to expire 1959), W. A. Cade, Mrs. J. H. Cutchin, Fred Fearing, Bishop Paul N. 
Garber, Herbert J. Herring, H. H. Hobgood, N. M. Johnson, W. L. Lumpkin, W. 
D. Payne, June Rose, Marshall T. Spears, S. B. Underwood, Jr. (Term to expire 
1961). The Board of Trustees recommends that Rev. W. V. McRae and Mrs. Belle 
D. Cooper be made honorary trustees. 

Methodist College: Wilson Yarborough, Fayetteville, W. A. Crow, Warrenton, 
General John R. Hodge, Fayetteville, J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson, F. D. Byrd, 1 
Jr., Fayetteville, and W. Robert Johnson, Goldsboro (Term to expire 1962). 

North Carolina Wesleyan College: Mr. D. S. Coltrane, Raleigh, Reverend W. 
M. Howard, Jr., Greenville, Mrs. L. B. Jenkins, Kinston, Dr. Arnold K. King, Sr 
Chapel Hill, Mr. J. J. Medford, Oxford, Mr. Arthur L. Tyler, Rocky Mount (Term 
to expire July 1, 1962). 

Section B 

TRUSTEES CAMP DON-LEE, INC. 

F. L. Blount, Bethel, L. R. Foreman, Elizabeth City, Brooks Patten, Raleigh 
(Terms to expire 1961). 

Section C 

BOARD OF MANAGERS, N. C. PASTORS' SCHOOL 

C. E. Jordan, Durham, and V. E. Queen, Durham, (Terms to expire 1961). 

Section D 

DISTRICT DIRECTORS 

The following persons are nominated by the Conference Board of Education 
to serve as District Directors for the conference year 1958-59: 

District Children's Work Name and Address 

Burlington Mrs. Carl Willard, 234 Waverly Way, Burlington, N. C. 

Durham Mrs. O. V. Elkins, 601 N. Hyde Park Ave., Durham. N. C. 

Elizabeth City Mrs. James A. Auman, 46 Market St., Hertford, N. C. 

Fayetteville Mrs. W. R. Stevens and Miss Betty Van Sharpe, Box 208, 

Rockingham, N. C.^ 

Goldsboro Mrs. Wallace Kirby, Fremont, N. Cm 

New Bern Miss Nancy Wike, Jarvis Memorial Methodist Church, 

Greenville, N. CA 
Raleigh 

Rocky Mount Mrs. L. H. Felmet, 221 Briar Cliff Road, Rocky Mount. N. C.I 

Wilmington Mrs. C. F. Grill, Box 178, Burgaw, N. C. 

Intermediate Work 

Burlington 
Durham 

Elizabeth City Rev. Bob Bundy, Box 501, Swan Quarter, N. C. 

Fayetteville Rev. Holland Hale, Route 4, Rockingham, N. C. 

Goldsboro Rev. P. F. Fendt, Walstonburg, N. C. 

New Bern Rev. Bruce Pate, 710 Larkspur Road, Kinston, N. C.j 

Raleigh Mrs. E. I. Terry, 2621 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, N. C 

Rocky Mount Rev. C. W. Barbee, Bethel, N. C 

Wilmington Rev. W. B. Starnes, Shallotte, N. CM 



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Youth Work 

Burlington ... Rev. Warren Bishop, Box 277, Yanceyville, N. C. 

Durham 

Elizabeth City Rev. Louis A. Aitken, Manteo, N. C. 

Rev. Owen Fitzgerald, Box 5402, Murfreesboro, N. C. 

-ayetteville Rev. R. L. Bame, Box 1135, Southern Pines, N. C. 

i3oldsboro Rev. James G. White, Jr., Kenly, N. C. 

Kew Bern Rev. Ralph Fleming, Newport, N. C. 

taleigh Rev. Troy J. Barrett, Zebulon, N. C. 

jtocky Mount Rev. Arnold Pope, Route 2, Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

(Vilmington Rev. W. C. Teachey, Route 2, Chadbourn, N. C. 

Adult Work 

lurlington Rev. J. F. Minnis, 501 Midland Ave., Sanford, N. C. 

)urham Rev. Kelly J. Wilson, 2812 University Drive, Durham, N. C. 

Elizabeth City Rev. J. Earl Richardson, Edenton, N. C. 

..'ayetteville ". Rev. F. E. Still, Red Springs, N. C. 

'ioldsboro Rev. J. H. Miller, Jr., Box 333, Snow Hill, N. C. 

Jew Bern Rev. R. H. Eason, Ayden, N. C. 

Laleigh Rev. W. W. Sherman, 727 N. Garnett St., Henderson, N. C. 

locky Mount Rev. C. R. Breedin, Elm City, N. C. 

Wilmington Rev. John Pfister, Route 1, Sneads Ferry, N. C. 

Family Life 

urlington ... Rev. W. L. Freeman, Box 283, Jonesboro Hts. Station, Sanford, N. C. 

'»urham Rev. E. C. Shoaf, Duke Memorial Church, Durham, N. C. 

'lizabeth City 

ayetteville Rev. F. J. Duplissey, Spring Lake, N. C. 

ioldsboro Rev. J. H. Waldrop, Jr., 705 Nicholson St., Clinton, N. C. 

few Bern Rev. J. W. Lineberger, Box 871, New Bern, N. C. 

'aleigh Rev. Wayne G. Wegwart, Lillington, N. C. 

locky Mount Rev. L. P. Jackson, 210 Paul St., Rocky Mount, N. C. 

/ilmington Rev. Neil Thompson, Lake Waccamaw, N. C. 

General Church School Work 

urlington Rev. Harmon L. Smith, Jr., Burlington, N. C. 

urham Mr. James T. Patrick, 1118 Eighth St., Durham, N. C. 

lizabeth City Mrs. Margaret Saunders, First Methodist Church, 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 

ayetteville Rev. R. E. Walston, Route 3, Fayetteville, N. C. 

oldsboro Rev. D. L. Fouts, Mt. Olive, N. C. 

ew Bern Rev. E. R. Shuller, Swansboro, N. C. 

aleigh Mr. John M. Meares, Box 3006, Raleigh, N. C. 

ocky Mount Mr. T. S. Newbold, Box 1339, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

ilmington 



192 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT OF THE 
COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 

During this Conference year the surpassing concern of the Commission on 
Christian Higher Education has been the development of our College Capital Fund 
Campaign. 

During the year the Commission has employed the services of Ward, Dresh- 
man and Reinhardt, Inc. of New York City as fund raising counsel. 

On the recommendation of our counsel, the Annual Conference set the Cam- 
paign goal at $5,000,000. 

*The office of the Executive Director has been opened in Durham where pre- 
parations are being made for the intensive phase of our Campaign, and for the I 
work which will follow. This involves the receiving of payments on pledges which i 
will be made, and the continued cultivation of our people in the understanding! 
and appreciation of our institutions of higher learning as a part of the life of the I 
Church. 

It is the judgment of the Commission that the Campaign for Christian Higher 
Education represents the greatest opportunity and challenge which has come to 
our Conference during our lifetime. We believe it deserves the whole-hearted, un- 
reserved and enthusiastic support of all our pastors and laymen. For the develop- 
ment of our church, the progress of North Carolina, the providing of a proper 
opportunity for our youth and for the advancement of the Kingdom of God among 
us, we call for the dedicated commitment of our people to the high goals of this 
Campaign. 

* Office moved to Raleigh. 

V. E. Queen, Chairman 
W. S. Potter, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EVANGELISM 

Our great purpose has been to help our churches to become permeated witr 
the true spirit and the fruitful works of Evangelism. In pursuing this purpose w< 
have sought (1) To inspire and assist our pastors in the whole ministry of Evange 
lism; (2) To deepen and develop the spiritual life of the churches; (3) To undergirc 
and strengthen the total task of the Church in all its varied ministries. We believt 
that real progress has been achieved in this purpose and through these efforts. Ii 
particular we are glad and grateful to mention the following activities of the year: 

Prayer Life 

In the Christian life individually and in the Christian Church collectively w 
know that there is no conquest for Christ without communion wth God througl 
Christ. The districts have responded well to our call for district-wide Prayer Vigil 
for Evangelism, with varying plans, from a united 24-hour Prayer Vigil in on 
district to a continuous week of prayer in another district. And who can measur 
the results of such a time of prayer across the Conference — in evangelistic effort 
and in the growing prayer life of churches and individuals? 

Local Church Commissions 

In the Commission on Membership and Evangelism the Local Church has j 
means of untold possibilities for the spiritual life and evangelistic achievemen, 
of its members. One of our goals is "A Functioning Commission in each Loc; 



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Church." For the second year we have traveled toward that goal by leading in 
District and sub-District Workshops for the pastors and the members of the Com- 
mission. And we have reason to believe that there is a steadily growing number of 
active and effective Local Church Commissions. 

Visitation Evangelism 

As our Lord commissioned His followers to carry on His work He "sent them 
out two by two." So we call for a continuous program of "two by two" Visitation 
Evangelism. Thus, another of our goals is a Fisherman's Club, Couples Club, or 
a group by another name, committed to the work of Visitation Evangelism. And 
we rejoice to record that whereas last year the pastors reported 41 such groups, 
this year they have reported to date 124 such groups. Moreover, more than sixty 
pastors report that they will try to form such a group. We are confident that this 
steady growth in Visitation Evangelism is responsible for much of the fruits of 
Evangelism in our Conference the past year. 

Conference Evangelistic Mission 

Following months of careful planning and preparation our churches entered 
into a Conference-wide Evangelistic Program this Spring, with simultaneous evan- 
! gelistic services, by districts, throughout the conference; with an exchange of past- 
i ors between districts, but with visiting preachers from outside the conference where 
1 desired by the local pastor. Our bishop, the district superintendents, the pastors 
1 and our people entered into this program in a wonderful way. And when the results 
, are all known we believe they will be a joy to everyone. According to reports from 
; the district superintendents early in May our net increase in membership at that 
| time over the net increase of all last year was approximately 40% . 

Youth Evangelism 

We face the tragic fact that, whereas roughly half the people of our nation 
are at least professed Christians, only one out of four of the young people of the 
jland count themselves so. Three out of four non-Christian, and these four young 
people are the nation of tomorrow! Will our nation of tomorrow be Christ's or 
.Satan's? Does not the answer lie with those three out of four? Or does it lie with 
,what we do about those three? Hence, another goal of our Board is a Youth Christ- 
ian Witness Mission annually in every Pastoral Charge. This year again The Board 
.of Education, through its Youth Division, led by the Reverend Robert McKenzie. 
,and the Board of Evangelism together have held a tri-district Youth Mission in 
which our young people received training in evangelism by actually winning other 
young people to Christ. Last year 19 teams went out in one week-end and won 24 
Mothers. This year 25 teams went out and won 54 others. Now we have nearly a 
hundred of our finest young people ready to help in other Youth Missions as rapid- 
ly as our pastors can plan them. 

School of Evangelism 

If our Church of today needs to recover its original evangelistic vitality, a 
whole hearted gathering of our pastors to study the best means of meeting this 
need should certainly be a great help. And our experience has proved this to be 
*rue. Last Fall, in cooperation with our Town and Country Commission, we held 
a School of Evangelism and Week of Preaching, led by Dr. Harry Denman, of 
pur General Board of Evangelism, and with an attendance of 225 of our pastors. 
Xt was so well received that the pastors asked that it be continued this Fall on the 
Conference level, and broken down to a tri-District level next year if possible. 



194 No.^th Carolina Annual Conference 



Pastors Retreat 



We held in December our second annual Pastors Retreat, with Bishop Paul 
N. Garber, Bishop Ralph S. Cushman, Dr. G. Ernest Thomas, and Dr. W. Arthur 
Kale as visiting speakers, and with a score of our Conference ministers taking 
leading parts on the program. Even with the handicap of a Christmas week date 
the Retreat was attended by 125 pastors. We are planning now to combine the 
next years Retreat with the School of Evangelism and Week of Preaching. 

Ministry to the Smaller Churches 

Our Board has cooperated with three other conference agencies (Board of 
Education, Board of Missions, Town & Country Commission) in an Inter-Board 
Ministry to the small, weak churches in the Conference. Many of these are de- 
clining or barren churches, not winning others to Christ and His Church. For this 
program thirty pastors have been selected and trained to conduct a three-day 
Preaching-Teaching Mission in these weaker churches. This program has helped 
more than one barren church to become a fruitful church, and we believe it merits 
our full support. 18 churches have been served, and the Preaching-Teaching Mis- 
sion is scheduled for 7 other churches to date. 

Plans for the Coming Year 

For the new Conference Year we recommend the continuance and develop- 
ment of these emphases: 

1. Prayer Vigils for Evangelism and other specific causes. 

2. District and sub-District Workshops for Local Church Commissions. 

3. Cultivation of Fisherman's Clubs, setting goals of a definite number of 
calls by the laymen. 

4. Tri-District Youth Mission for the three districts not already reached, and 
and a Youth Mission in each local church as rapidly as possible. 

5. The School of Evangelism and Week of Preaching combined with the 
Pastors Retreat, postponed until the Fall of 1959 because of the College 
Campaign this Fall. 

6. Our full support, in every way possible, of the vital campaign for the two 
new colleges to be established in our Conference. 

Also: 

We commend the Board of Lay Activities for their growing use of our laymen, 
through the "No Silent Pulpits" period and in other programs, and we urge them to 
follow a program of training the laymen for Evangelism, offering our services to 
them wherever desired. 

We commend to the pastors the Duke Foundation plan for Duke Divinity 
School students to work in the summer on pastoral charges desiring their services. 

We recommend the reappointment of the Reverend Tommy Tyson as Con- 
ference Evangelist. 

We recommend that our pastors give greater attention to the baptism of babies 
and their enrollment as preparatory members of the churches. 

We recommend to our pastors the recommital of the whole Congregation 
the Membership Vows of the Church the first week in January, or as near there 
as possible. The idea is to plan this as an inspiring event for the first service of 
New Year in each Local Church. 



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We recommend the issuance to all pastors of a Quarterly Newsheet or Broch- 
ure on Evangelism. 

We recommend that the pastor and one or more of his laymen, wherever pos- 
sible, attend the Methodist CONVOCATION on Local Church Evangelism to be 
held in Washington, D. C, July 3-6, 1958. 

We recommend the following Regulations for a Conference Evangelist in the 
North Carolina Conference: 

1. He shall devote the majority of his time to evangelistic work within the 
North Carolina Conference. 

2. He is asked to preach for decisions for Christ and for enlistment in the 
membership of the Church. 

3. He shall include in his Annual Report to the Board the number of persons 
won to Christ in his services and the number uniting with The Methodist 
Church. 

4. Wherever he is to hold evangelistic services he shall have a conference 
with the pastor ahead of time to plan the details of the services. 

5. No service or meeting is to be held in any church without the consent of 
the local Pastor and his Official Board. 

This, of course, is in addition to the provisions of the discipline and of the 
General Board of Evangelism. 

Walter F. Anderson, Chairman 
H. Langill Watson, Secretary 
Hiram K. King, Executive Director 



REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

The sixty-fourth annual session of the Historical Society of the North Carolina 
Annual Conference of The Methodist Church was held in Centenary Methodist 
Church, New Bern, North Carolina, Thursday, June 27, 1957, 3:00 p.m., with the 
Reverend R. E. Walston, president, presiding. 

A hymn festival commemorating the 250th anniversary of the birth of Charles 
Wesley was directed by the Reverend Ernest K. Emurian, pastor, Elm Avenue 
Methodist Church, Portsmouth, Virginia. 

The report of the Society, as contained in the book of reports, was adopted. 

A special committee, composed of the officers of the Society and Rev. W. L. 
;Clegg and Rev. G. S. Eubank, was elected to confer with a similar committee from 
the Historical Society of the Western North Carolina Conference to give consider- 
ation to the publishing of Professor B. G. Childs' book, "History of North Carolina 
Methodism." 

The Reverend Herman S. Winberry was advanced from first vice-president to 
president; the Reverend Dwight L. Fouts was advanced from second vice-president 
Xo first vice-president ;the Reverend Leon Russell was advanced from third vice- 
president to second vice-president; and the Reverend J. Paul Edwards was elected 
Inird vice-president. The Reverend C. D. Barclift was re-elected secretary. 

C. D. Barclift, Secretary 



196 Norm Carolina Annual Conference 

COMMENDATIONS 
WE COMMEND, 

1. The literary project of Miss Miriam L. Russell, dean of women at Louis- 
burg College, in writing the history of Louisburg College. She would like to have 
information, such as letters, diaries, clippings, newspapers, catalogues, alumni news 
sheets, or any other information, concerning the college prior to 1917. 

2. The trustees of our two new colleges for selecting distinctive Methodist 
names for same, namely "Methodist College" at Fayetteville, and "North Carolina 
Wesleyan College" at Rocky Mount. 

3. The Boy Scout organization for establishing the "Asbury Trail Award." 

RECOMMENDATIONS 
WE RECOMMEND, 

That when the Green Hill house near Louisburg, North Carolina, where the 
first conference was held after the organization of the Methodist Church, is avail- 
able, by purchase or bequest, that the North Carolina Annual Conference, or the 
Southeastern Jurisdiction, obtain the property and preserve it as a historic Metho- 
dist shrine. 

NOMINATIONS 
WE NOMINATE, 

Cecil W. Robbins, third vice-president, and C. D. Barclift, secretary, of the 
North Carolina Conference Historical Society. 

Herman S. Winberry, President 
Dwight L. Fouts, First Vice-President 
Leon Russell, Second Vice-President 
J. Paul Edwards, Third Vice-President 
C. D. Barclift, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HOSPITALS AND HOMES 



Your Board of Hospitals and Homes is anxious that the work of our benevolent, 
charitable, and service organizations and institutions be ever kept before ov 
people. We are grateful for the fine work being done through our Methodist 
Retirement Homes and our Methodist Home for Children. The Board wishes to ; 
express appreciation to The Reverend J. F. Coble, Superintendent of the Retii 
ment Home, and The Reverend R. L. Nicks, Superintendent of the Children's 
Home, for their work and cooperation with the Board. 

Through the Golden Cross Fund of our Conference, hospitalization has be 
made available for many needy persons. Expenditures for Golden Cross aid. 
however, have been exceeding by about $10,000 the annual Golden Cross appr 
priation from the Conference of $26,000. The Board of Hospitals and Home 
asks, therefore, that the Conference consider an appropriation of $36,000 tc> 
support the Golden Cross work. 

The Board urges that a more uniform adherence to the rules of Golden Crc 
be followed by the pastors and district directors. 



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It is recommended that Dr. Russell L. Dicks be re-elected as Golden Cross 

Director for the Conference, and that the district superintendents appoint a district 

diretcor for each district. 

For the work of our Retirement Home it is recommended that the Conference 

appropriation be set at $60,000 in order that adequate support be given its program, 

and that the Mother's Day offering be continued as a special for the Home. 
It was heartening for our Board to hear the Administrator of Duke Hospital 

speak of the high value of the Conference Chaplain program now being carried 

out in the hospital. He termed it a very inspiring program the value of which 

could not be counted in terms of dollars and cents. 

The Board, therefore, asks for continued support of the Conference Chaplain 

Program at Duke Hospital. The Reverend Paul Wesley Aitken, a member of this 

Conference, is now serving as Chaplain. 

The Board appointed Dr. Earl W. Brian to be its representative on the Metho- 
i dist Fund. This Fund represents the needs of the various Homes of our Con- 
i ference. 

Again this year the Board urges that all traveling preachers and approved supply 

pastors without hospital insurance give serious consideration to taking out group 
! hospital insurance for themselves and their families through our Conference plan 

worked out wth the Hospital Care Association, Inc., of Durham, N. C. Mr. M. S. 

McKibben. Sales Director for the Hospital Care Association, states that at present 
•there are 276 ministers covered on the program. He further states that since the 
; original group went into effect on October 1, 1955, dues received have amounted 
jto $42,315.77 and benefits have been paid in the amount of $42,367.27. These 

figures include income and payments through December 31, 1957. Since lanuary, 

February and March are always the highest cost months from a claims standpoint, 
jit is almost a foregone conclusion that the benefits will always exceed the dues 

paid during those months. 

i Mr. McKibben reports further that those who are now covered on the Blue 

jCross program, as well as those who are interested in enrolling on the program, 

•will be pleased to know that there will be no change in the rates or benefits in 

the next Conference year which begins July 1, 1958. 
The Board asks that pastors, teachers, and other leaders place continued 

emphasis upon the opportunities available to our youth for vocational service in 

such fields as nursing, medicine, dietetics, and laboratory technicians. 



The Board of Hospitals and Homes commends and pledges cooperation in 
the program recommended by the Commission on World Service and Finance 
and approved by the Conference for creating the Sustentation Fund for disabled 
ministers as authorized in paragraph 828 in the discipline. 

We desire to express appreciation to the Conference Board of Pensions for 
providing the necessary funds for current needs. 

Howard P. Powell, Chairman 
Ben F. Musser, Secretary 



198 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 

I 

"The purpose of the Board of Lay Activities shall be to deepen the spiritual 
life of the lay members of the church and to cultivate among them an increasing 
loyalty and interest that they may become an active working force in each local 
church."— Paragraph 1490, DISCIPLINE, 1956. 

In carrying out this purpose our Board has tried to work closely with the 
Bishop, the District Superintendents, and the ministers in promoting all phases 
of the church program. 

There have been a few activities carried out particularly by the Board. The 
first during the year was attendance at the Second National Conference of Metho- 
dist Men at Purdue University, July 19-21. Forty laymen and one minister 
attended. We were honored in that five of our laymen had been selected to lead 
discussion groups. 

Our Laymen's Retreat was held at Duke, August 17-18 and was one of the 
most successful and enthusiastic retreats that we have had. Five hundred laymen 
and ministers attended. Our speakers were Bishop Garber and Dr. Carl J. Sanders, 
Superintendent of the Richmond District. In line with the Quadrennial Emphasis 
on Strengthening the Local Church, discussion groups were help on matters of 
particular interest to laymen and their participation in local church activities. 

Progress continues to be made in organizing Methodist Men's Clubs. This year 
22 new clubs have been organized giving us a total of 251. It is our goal for 
each church to have a club. Recognizing that officers of clubs need guidance, a 
discussion group was held at Retreat for club officers. It will be continued this 
year and plans are being made for District Training Schools. Clubs are urged 
to elect officers in June to take office in September in order that officers might 
have the benefit of the training at Retreat before assuming direction of the club. 

Laymen's Day on October 20th was observed by almost all churches. Our No 
Silent Pulpit program was again carried out with 1,200 Certified Lay Speakers, 
the largest number in any Conference in Methodism. More ministers are calling f 
on Lay Speakers to fill their pulpits when they cannot be present from time to | 
time throughout the year. It is hoped that the time will come when no pulpit willi| 
be silent on any Sunday in the year. District training sessions were held this year 
for the Lay Speakers and will be continued. 

Dr. F. Olin Hunt of the National Board of Missions was our speaker for the 
District Lay Rallies held in February. He brought inspiring messages on Steward-J|} 
ship to 5,000 of our laymen. These rallies have become an institution of our. 
Conference and are helping to make our laymen feel more keenly their r< 
sponsibilities to the church. 

A vivid example of this growing interest is the purchase of camp sites for 
new youth camps by the laymen. The Durham and Burlington Districts laymen 
have purchased for $6,000 approximately 300 acres of land for a new camp — 
Chestnut Ridge. The Raleigh District men are in the process of providing $5,00C 
for the initial development of Camp Kerr Lake. The Fayetteville District met j 
have provided a 400 acre site costing $8,000 for Camp Rockfish. These are no 
district camps but are being provided for the whole Conference. 

Your Board of Lay Activities pledges its utmost efforts for the coming camj 
paign for our colleges and places its members at the disposal of the leaders o| 
the campaign. We shall likewise continue to work under the guidance of th 
clergy for the building of the Kingdom of God. 



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II 
OFFICERS 

Presiding Bishop — Paul N. Garber — 404 Methodist Building, Richmond, Va. 
Conference Lay Leader — J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. — Gibson, N. C. 

Executive Committee 

Chairman J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. 

Vice-Chairman A. C. Edwards 

Secretary Roy Turnage, Jr. 

Treasurer Terry Sanford 

District Superintendent O. L. Hathaway 

Burlington District 
District Lay Leader — James F. Rogers, Security Bank Building, Burlington 
Associate Lay Leader — O. A. Zachary, 2511 Academy Lane (JHS), Sanford 
Associate Lay Leader — E. V. Wood, Siler City 
Associate Lay Leader — T. Roy Phillips, Carthage 
Associate Lay Leader — L. Warren McAdams, Swepsonville 
Associate Lay Leader — Ralph Aldridge, Yanceyville 

Associate Lay Leader — Dr. Paul F. Maness, 1010 Central Ave., Burlington 
District Superintendent — Allen J. Brantley, 503 Tarleton St., Burlington 

Durham District 
District Lay Leader — Dr. Frank Hanft, Bowling Creek Rd., Chapel Hill 
Associate Lay Leader — Jack Featherston, Roxboro 
Associate Lay Leader — E. T. Regan, Oxford 
j Associate Lay Leader — Paul Carr, Jr., Hillsboro 
"Associate Lay Leader — James T. Patrick, 1118 Eighth St., Durham 
| District Superintendent — C. D. Barclift, 1002 West Knox St., Durham 

Elizabeth City District 
I District Lay Leader — Fred Ritter, Ahoskie 
Associate Lay Leader — Curtis V. Powell, Corapeake 
j Associate Lay Leader — C. S. Meekins, Manteo 
(Associate Lay Leader — A. M. Sparrow, Ransonville 
i Associate Lay Leader — Gerald D. James, Edenton 
i Associate Lay Leader — John Henry Singleton, RFD 1, Washington 
District Superintendent — C. Freeman Heath, 713 W. Church St., Elizabeth City 

Fayetteville District 
I District Lay Leader — Terry Sanford, Pittman Bldg, Fayetteville 
> Associate Lay Leader — Joe C. Stowe, Hamlet 
(Associate Lay Leader — J. H. Brisson, St. Pauls 
.Associate Lay Leader — R. C. Field, Star 
^Associate Lay Leader — Tracy Watson, Maxton 
Associate Lay Leader — John T. Henley, Hope Mills 
District Superintendent — O. L. Hathaway, Box 3246, Fayetteville 

Goldsboro District 
District Lay Leader — A. C. Edwards, Hookerton 

Associate Lay Leader — Robert Rose, 1608 Evergreen Ave., Goldsboro 
Associate Lay Leader — J. T. Doughtie, P. O. Box 685, Clinton 
Associate Lay Leader — Jesse Sumner, Willard 
Associate Lay Leader — J. D. Joyner, Farmville 
Associate Lay Leader — R. G. Gurley, Selma 
District Superintendent — H. M. McLamb, Route 3, Goldsboro 



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New Bern District 

District Lay Leader — Roy Turnage, Jr., Ayden 

Associate Lay Leader — C. B. Wade, Morehead City 

Associate Lay Leader — Hugh Ragsdale, Richlands 

Associate Lay Leader — James E. Thomas, 1002 Oriental Ave., Kinston 

Associate Lay Leader — Wyatt Brown, P. O. Box 624. Greenville 

Associate Lay Leader — Harry Wright, New Bern 

District Superintendent — A. Jarvis Hobbs, Box 187, New Bern 

Raleigh District 

District Lay Leader — Herbert Ridgeway, Professional Bldg., Raleigh 

Associate Lay Leader — M. M. Person, Jr., Louisburg 

Associate Lay Leader — Max Burt, Fuquay Springs 

Associate Lay Leader — W. D. Payne, Henderson 

Associate Lay Leader — John H. Harris, Raleigh 

Associate Lay Leader — W. R. Drake, Macon 

District Superintendent — Graham S. Eubank, 1913 Reid St., Raleigh 

Rocky Mount District 

District Lay Leader — E. E. Adkins, YMCA, Rocky Mount 

Associate Lay Leader — H. L. Swain, Williamston 

Associate Lay Leader — Ballard S. Gay, Jackson 

Associate Lay Leader — L. Taylor Oakes, Roanoke Rapids 

Associate Lay Leader — G. B. Starling, Wilson 

Associate Lay Leader — J. P. Woodard, Nashville 

Associate Lay Leader — D. O. Speir, Bethel 

District Superintendent — Walter C. Ball, 803 Sycamore St., Rocky Mount 

Wilmington District 

District Lay Leader— A. E. Goldfinch, Box 161, Tabor City 

Associate Lay Leader — F. K. Rogers, Clarkton 

Associate Lay Leader — Charles Gardner, 504 West 20th., St., Lumberton 

Associate Lay Leader — Wade Pierce, 2718 Harrison St., Wilmington 

Associate Lay Leader — Dr. W. C. Burns, Whiteville 

Associate Lay Leader — Ray Walton, Southport 

District Superintendent— J. E. Garlington. 1516 Market St., Wilmington 

J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. 
Conference Lay Leader 



QUADRENNIAL COMMITTEE ON LOCAL 
CHURCH EMPHASIS 

Theme: "Christ and Our Mission" 



"You shall be my witnesses ... to the end of the earth." Acts 1:8 
1. Your committee recommends that every pastor and every church cooperafc 
with the Commission on Higher Education in its campaign for funds for the; 
building of our colleges. We believe that a successful campaign conducted in al 
of our churches will not only provide funds for the building of our colleges, bu; 
will also strengthen the spiritual life of our people. 



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2. We recommend that all boards and commissions of our Conference devise 
md employ fresh measures for the Christian witness in every place where people 
ive within the bounds of our Conference. 

a. That a more dynamic program of evangelism be developed which includes 
an evangelistic emphasis applicable to this space age, one which employs 
new devises and techniques and which involves the total experience and 
concern of modern man. 

b. We recommend that a greater emphasis be placed on personal evangelism. 

c. That fresh measures be devised and employed to develop and train a stronger 
lay witness. 

d. That more of our lay people be utilized in all our evangelistic efforts. 

e. That a stronger evangelistic emphasis be incorporated in our program of 
Christian education, and that the training of a lay witness include church 
school workers. 

f. We recommend that all of our pastors and our churches seek to eliminate 
barriers to Christian fellowship, that our Christian witness may be more 
effectively extended to low economic and social groups. 

3. We recommend that our emphasis on church extension be continued. 

a. That local churches organize outpost Sunday Schools and new congregations 
where needs are assured. 

b. That local churches assist in providing physical plants and equipment for 
newly formed congregations. 

c. That the Board of Education continue to cooperate with the Board of 
Missions in the organizing and training of church school workers in newly 
organized churches. 

d. That the Woman's Society of Christian Service continue to assist in the 
organizing and training of the women in these newly formed congregations. 

4. We recommend a continuing emphasis on participation in the Ten Dollar 
lub and mission specials — foreign, national, and conference. 

5. We recommend that our Conference emphasize the importance of down- 
»wn churches. We believe that it is imperative for the church to have a strong 
hristian witness on main street and that a more adequate program must be 
■jveloped for the changing city. 

! 6. We recommend that the Board of Lay Activities continue to assist the 
istrict superintendents in developing a strong lay staff on the district level to 
isist the district superintendent in the successful promotion of the causes of 
hrist and His church; and that adequate funds be provided the district super- 
tendent to carry out the ever-increasing work of his office. 

7. We recommend the incorporation of the program for emphasis and expansion 
: the church school into the fourth year of the quadrennial local church emphasis. 

Graham S. Eubank, Chairman 
Paul Carruth, Secretary 



202 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT OF LONG RANGE PLANNING COMMITTEE 

The Long Range Planning Committee has had the following matters before it: 

1. A resolution presented at the last Annual Conference and referred to the 
Long Range Planning Committee concerning "the possibility of securing more 
qualified laymen to fill some of the connectional vocations and the supervising: 
of institutions now held almost exclusively by ordained ministers." 

The Committee is not yet ready to make a recommendation and wishes tc 
further study this proposition. 

2. In regard to a resolution referred to the Committee asking for direction a; 
to when a newly appointed pastor conducts his first service in his new appoint! 
ment, the Committee makes the following recommendations: 

"Be it resolved, that a newly appointed pastor is responsible for thi 
service in his new appointment the first Sunday immediately after th<. 
Annual Conference adjourns." 

3. It is recommended that a Conference Headquarters be established in the 
City of Raleigh on property offered by the Methodist Home for Children. 

It is also recommended that the Annual Conference approve the followin; 
resolutions adopted by the Committee: 

BE IT RESOLVED: 

1. That the details of financing the conference headquarters be referred ti 
the Commission on World Service and Finance and/ or the Methodis 
Fund, Inc. 

2. That a special committee be appointed by the Chairman of the Lon 
Range Planning Committee and the Chairman of the Commission o 
World Service and Finance and that this Committee be charged wit 
the following responsibilities: 

a. To arrange with the Trustees of the Methodist Home for Childre 
the exact and specific site for the Conference headquarters building. 

b. To work out the details for site, arrangement and allocation of spac 
in the headquarters building. 

3. We recommend that title to conference headquarters be vested in thi 
Conference Board of Trustees. 

C. D. Barclift, Chairman 
W. L. Clegg, Secretary 

METHODIST COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC. 

UNITED COLLEGE APPEAL 

June 1, 1958 
N. C. Conference Western N. C. Conference 

Pledged Paid Pledged Paid 

$1,031,023.24 $600,315.21 $1,312,205.99 $1,094,687.1 

TOTAL PAID $1,695,002.40 
DISBURSED TO COLLEGES 

N. C. Conference Western N. C. Conferem 

BREVARD $124,904.51 $ 325,830.45 

GREENSBORO 86,727.79 301,470.04 

HIGH POINT 173,522.08 341,747.07 

LOUISBURG 215,160.83 125,639.63 



$600,315.21 $1,094,687.19 



Journal of Proceedings 203 

REPORT OF THE 
METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN, INC. 



The Methodist Home for Children, Inc. has had a good year in many respects, 
nterest throughout the Conference has been manifested in a wholesome manner. 

For the first time in the history of the Home, a case worker and secretary have 
i)een employed to carry on the social service program of the Home. Rendering 
Iservice to the child and to the families in this particular manner is an added 
fervice of our Home. In this particular area, the need is urgent for a larger 
lumber of workers. Also, service should be rendered for boys and girls unsuitable 
f or institutional or group care who come to us for help. It is hoped that in the 
lear future, our Home may render boarding and foster home care, and be able 

have our own program for adoption. 

' The Infirmary was our major project of our repair program. It was given a 
omplete renovation including: new wiring, bathroom fixtures, water lines, walls 
eplastered, downstairs floors covered with new tile, upstairs floors sanded and 
^finished, new equipment in the examining room, washer and dryer, new heating 
ystem, and some new furniture throughout the building. This has served us 
/ell during two flu epidemics this year. A new cafeteria rail was installed in the 
;ining hall, which eliminated the girls having to miss so much of the school day. 
'or the first time our girls enjoyed the lunch meal as the town boys and girls do. 
i/e now have on order new beds and mattresses for the McGee and Cole Cottages. 

1 This fall our boys and girls from grades one through twelve will be going to 
chool off our campus. Going to school the natural way as in any home — going 
ff to school in the morning and coming back home in the afternoon. Grades 
jne through six will attend the Myrtle Underwood School. Grades seven through 
ine will attend Hugh Morson School. Grades ten through twelve will attend 
(eedham Broughton School. 

1 Our staff has had the advantages of expert services in child care by Mr. Alton 
\. Brotten of the University of North Carolina and Miss Lena J. Martin, Director 
I Child Care of the National Board of Hospitals and Homes. Both persons 
inducted a week each in-service training for our personnel. 

At the request of our own Board of Trustees and the Commission of World 
irvice and Finance that the Bishop and his cabinet institute studies in the field 
: child welfare (through an impartial and independent committee) to determine: 

(a) Policy as to possible change in methods or emphasis in our work in the 
field and our future needs for plant. 

(b) The long range value of acquiring new land less central in location for 
development in a modern plant better adapted to present and future 
needs and 

(c) an additional study and long range plans looking to the development of 
the present campus for income purposes by use of Endowment Fund in 
commercial buildings — apartments or shopping center as need and trends 
may indicate. 

I hope that a report concerning this study may be made in report No. 2. 

It is hoped that as a result of this study our Home for Children may be better 
le to serve God and His Church by way of improved services for our children. 



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II 

As superintendent of the Methodist Home for Children, I want to thank 
you for your continued support and confidence in me. I have a very difficult 
but challenging task and it is made much easier by knowing that I have your 
loyalty and trust. 

I am very pleased to report that upon the request of the Commission on 
World Service and Finance and the Board of Trustees of the Home, we have 
been privileged to have had a very thorough and illuminating study made of 
the various aspects of the program of our Home. 

We welcomed the three very fine experts in the field of child care on our 
campus and feel sure that their report will serve as a helpful guide for our use 
in continuing to improve the services to our children. 

Those experts were: Miss Lena J. Martin of Chicago, Director of Child I 
Welfare of our National Board of Hospitals and Homes, Mr. William I. Lacy: 
of Lakeland, Florida, Consultant in Child Welfare of our National Board of : 
Hospitals and Homes, and Dr. F. Reid Isaac, Executive Director, Board of 
Child Care, Baltimore, Maryland. 

The following committee (who are members of the Board of Trustees of 
our Home) has been appointed to make a study of this report: The Reverend 
Leon Russell, Chairman, Mrs. E. Y. Speed, Mr. Guy Barnes, Mr. Walter Biggs, 
and Mrs. Charles Young. This committee has already met and divided the 
report into sections to be analyzed. They will report back to the Board for action 
to be taken. 

It is our desire to keep you well informed as to what progress we feel can 
be made. It is my sincere belief that the children in our Home are beginning to 
accept their new "step father" and that they are really grateful for the care 
that we try to give with understanding and love. 

We have had some very fine citizens who are products of our Home. This 
is our desire that all of the children who come to our Home may grasp a little 
of the love of Jesus that will carry them throughout all of life. 



Ill 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN, Inc. 

Officers of Board of Trustees: 

C. A. Dillon, Sr., President Dr. E. L. Hillman, Vice-President 

C. R. Philpot, Secretary 

Executive Committee: 

C. A. Dillon, Sr., Chairman Charles H. Young 

Dr. E. L. Hillman D. L. Cozart, Sr. 

P. D. Snipes C. R. Philpot 



Ralph Basnight 
Harold Makepeace 
S. T. Peace, Jr. 
Walter Biggs 



Term Expires 1959 

P. D. Snipes 
C. A. Dillon 
W. A. McGirt 
Mrs. E. Y. Speed 
Charles H. Young 



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Guy E. Barnes 
Jack Gibbons 
Reynolds May 



Term Expires 1961 

Rev. O. L. Hathaway 
Wesley Foreman 
Dr. E. L. Hillman 
Rev. Leon Couch 



Term Expires 1963 

D. L. Cozart W. C. Chadwick 

Mrs. J. H. Cutchin John W. Hensdale 

C. R. Philpot Rev. Leon H. Russell 

Judge Marshall T. Spears M. R. Zimmerman 



Rev. L. S. Massey 



HONORARY TRUSTEES 

Judge J. C. 



Finance Committee: 

Charles H. Young, Chairman W. C. Chadwick 

C. A. Dillon, Sr. p. D. Snipes 

Guy E. Barnes Dr. E. L. Hillman 

Robert L. Nicks 
Superintendent 



206 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT OF 
THE METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INC. 

I 

The Methodist Retirement Home is one of the North Carolina Conference's 
finest efforts in its program of meeting the needs of people in the Master's name.i, 
The Home stands as a monument to those who accepted the need as a challenge) 
and gave of their time, talents, and money to bring a dream into reality. 

The Home opened two and a half years ago and was soon filled to capacity.. 
In the membership are thirty-eight women and six men. Approximately one-third 
the membership are ministers, their wives, or widows. Ages of the members range; 1 
from 65 to 92, with an average age of over 80. So universal is the need that ever) 
District in the Conference is represented by a minimum of two. There is a longi 
waiting list with applications coming in weekly. 

The Home is not a nursing home, but a retirement home. It does not accept 
nursing cases, although it does provide medical and nursing care for those whcl' 
are members, and is prepared to keep them for life. 

A minimum age of 65, a life of service to the church and community, and 
need for the services offered by the Home are the basic requirements for member- 
ship. Preference is given to Methodists within the bounds of the North Carolina 
Conference, though others may be admitted. 

Because of this continuing and growing need, construction was begun in Jan 
uary of this year on an addition to The Home which will raise the capacity to 125 
This new unit will be occupied by Conference 1959. News of new constructioi 
has brought an increase in applications for membership. 

To make the new construction possible, the Home has secured a long tern 
loan in the amount of $600,000. This loan is for a maximum of forty years, bu 
we hope to retire the indebtedness in twenty years or less. Though we now now ow< 
$160,000 on the present building, we anticipate prior to the opening of the nev 
building, that this will be reduced to $60,000, and that the $540,000 cost of th 
new building added to this will be covered by the loan. 

To meet the immediate needs, along with construction of the new additio 1 
to the physical plant of the Home proper, a number of small apartments on 
Home's grounds are to be completed this summer. These are a part of The Home'; 
long-range plan, which calls for the eventual building of 50 cottages and an eqi 
number of apartments. 

Under the provision of such a plan, a couple may move into a cottage upon Hj 
tirement, and there have a maximum of comfort and privacy, along with the servic 
and security offered by The Home organization. 

When closer companionship and more service are found desirable, the apar 
ments grouped around the main building will provide this. If circumstances ma 
infirmary care necessary for husband or wife, the other will be able to move ic 
the main building and thus be near the loved one and have security and care. Uf 
the passing of husband or wife, the other may move into the main building. 

The North Carolina Conference has been most generous in its support of Tf| 
Home, both through a part of the General Giving and as a Special Offering a 
Mother's Day. Other sources of income for The Home are special gifts, memorial' 
and wills. 

All the money that comes through the Home's part of the General Giving 



Journal of Proceedings 207 

he churches will be applied to interest and the retiring of the indebtedness. That 
/hich comes as special gifts will go for furnishings, leaving the Mother's Day offer- 
lg to be used for the benevolent work of The Home, that is, to pay the way of 
lose who cannot pay for their keep. 

An opportunity to serve the Home in a personal way is offered through the 
btivities of the Home's Auxiliary. Information may be obtained by contacting 
Irs. Carl Bunting, President, in care of the Home. 

The Home is prepared to recognize as memorials, gifts such as contributions 
tat in lieu of flowers at the passing of a friend. The family is appropriately notified 
f such a gift. The furnishing of a room, or a substantial contribution for the 
aming of a building or any part of a building as a memorial will be recognized by 
1 appropriate plaque. 

Through the budget of our churches, a liberal Mother's Day offering, and gifts 
om interested persons, we can share with God and accept the challenge' of Christ 
h the Cross, to look after His mother, by making available a Christian home for 
ose who have given their lives in services to the church. 



IN MEMORIAM 

Manly Glenwood Mann 
1889-1958 



Outstanding among those who have brought the dream of a Retirement 
Home in The North Carolina Conference into reality is M. G. Mann, first 
President of the Board of Trustees. He was Chairman of the Board of Di- 
rectors during the construction of the first unit. It was through his vision 
. and under his leadership as President of the Board of Trustees that plans 
were made and finances secured for the present addition which is under 
, construction. When the task of securing financial help seemed impossible to 
■ many, it was his wisdom and his belief that the needs must be met in the 
name of Christ, that persisted. 

; One of the District Superintendents expressed the feeling of the people 

of our Conference about the leadership of Mr. Mann when he said, "In the 
passing of Mr. M. G. Mann, our Home has lost a real and good friend. We 

1 are all grateful for his love and help in every way to the people of North 
Carolina and The Methodist Church." 

M. M. Fowler, First Vice-President 

(Acting President) 
J. F. Coble, Secretary 



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in 

OFFICERS 

M. M. Fowler ......... President 

Broadus Foushee .......J . First Vice President 

Ray S. Barbre 7 Second Vice President 

J. F. Coble , Secretary 

Marvin J. Cowell .. „ r . .Treasurer 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
1958-59 

Rev. E. R. Clegg Moncun 

Reid A. Maynard East Davis St., Burlingtor 

Dr. H. I. Glass Lake Junalusk; 

Rev. M. W. Lawrence Trinity Methodist Church, Durhan. 

L. R. Foreman North Rd. St. Ext., Elizabeth Cirj 

Rev. N . W. Grant Washingtor 

Rev. W. R. Stevens Rockinghan 

Manly G. Mann 1001 Vance St., Raleigl 

H. J . Carr Rosebon 

B. Troy Ferguson 2405 White Oak Road, Raleigl 

Ray Bandy 115 Harris St., Rocky Moun 

J. L. Horne 150 Howard St., Rocky Moun 

Rev. M. C. Dunn 1915 Market St., Wilmingtoi 

Dr. J. E. Garlington 1516 Market St., Wilmingto 

J. H. Rose Greenvill 

1959-60 

Dr. C. S. Crissman Grahar 

Mrs. H. I. Glass 1J Lake Janalusk 

Mrs. Marshall T. Spears 501 Watts St., Durhai 

Dillard Teer Trust Building, Durhai 

C. G. Buie Biscc 

J. W. Hensdale Drawer 751, Fayettevill 

Q. K. Nimocks, HI Fayettevil 

G. C. Seymour Aberdee 

J. B. Von Canon West En 

Ray S. Barbre Barbre-Askew Finance Co., Kinstc 

W. B. Chalk 1006 Arendell St., Morehead Cii! 

Rev. A. S. Parker Carrboi 

Mrs. D. S. Coltrane 1611 Oberlin Rd., Raleij 

Cale K. Burgess Security Bank Building, Raleif 

Lewis Gore Tabor Ci 

1960-61 

Broadus Foushee 534 Sunset Drive, Sanfo 

W. M. Wren Siler City Mills, Siler Ci! 

M. M. Fowler 2023 Club Blvd., Durha,' 

Ross Porter Duke Hospital, Durh 

Mrs. J. H. Semans 1415 Bivins St., Durh; 

L. C. Winslow Hertfo! 



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J. P. Gibbons Hamlet 

Sam Stallings Smithfield 

Mrs. Norwood Thomas 1101 Knox St., Durham 

Hugh Ragsdale Richlands 

J. W. Jenkins, Jr Henderson 

Everett Blake Wilson 

Dr. J. H. Cutchin Box 185, Whitakers 

Josiah Maultsby, Sr _Whiteville 

W. C. Monk Farmville 

Manly Mann Raleigh 

HONORARY TRUSTEE 

Rev. W. V. McRae Lake Junaluska 

Joseph F. Coble 
Superintendent 



REPORT OF THE 
METHODIST STUDENT CENTER 

Greenville, N. C. 
Report I 

The program for Methodist students at East Carolina College is carried on 
through the two Methodist Churches in Greenville. The Pastors are pastors to the 
students; they visit the Student Center, give leadership in worship and discussion, 
administer Holy Communion in the Little Chapel, and are available for counsel 
and help to both students and Director. The Pastors and Congregations of both 
Jarvis Memorial and St. James churches welcome the students into participation 
in the program of the Church and make available to them the facilities of their 
buildings. The Secretaries of Student Work of both Women's Societies cooperate 
in a fine spirit with the Director, assisting in every way possible with the program 
carried on through the Methodist Student Center, and enlisting the support of the 
women of the two churches through their service and gifts. 

The aim of the Wesley Foundation this year has been to give our students a 
better understanding of the place of the student in The Methodist Church and to 
find and train the best possible leadership for our expanded program next year in 
our new and adequate building. Students have been encouraged to make pledges to 
the program of the Wesley Foundation and to pay these pledges regularly through 
the use of envelopes provided for them. Classes for students were held every Sun- 
day in both Churches in the Sunday School. The Vesper program had as leaders 
the two Pastors, adult members of the Churches, the Superintendent of the New 
Bern District, pastors of other Churches in the Conference, and Faculty members 
from East Carolina College. Subjects for Vesper-Discussion: The Wesleys, The 
Methodist Church, The Mission of the Church, Relationship of the Student to 
the Church, The Mission of the Church, Sacraments of the Church, Personal Re- 
ligion, Church-Related Vocations. 

Lists of prospective students were given to both Pastors in the summer. Letters 
were sent to them from the Director and a program of the Churches and Wesley 
Foundation. Freshmen were visited in the dormitories and in town on their first 



210 Noxth Carolina Annual Conference 

night on campus by members of the WF Council. Open House was held at the 
Student Center on Thursday night after registration, attendance one hundred. Buns 
and coffee, were served to Methodist students in the Y-Hut on Sunday morning; 
cars called to take students to St. James Sunday School and upper classmen welcom- 
ed them to the Class of Jarvis Memorial held at that time in the Y-Hut and ac- 
companied them to Morning Worship in Austin Auditorium. (Held on campus be- 
cause of Jarvis Memorial building program.) That evening a Buffet Supper was 
served at the Student Center to which all Methodists were invited — 81 students 
were guests — Secretaries of Student Work of both Woman's Societies were host- 
esses and the Pastors were present. Immediately after supper Vesper was conduct- 
ed in the Y-Hut, at which service the new WF Council was commissioned by the 
Rev. W. M. Howard, Jr., Pastor of Jarvis Memorial Church. 

300 copies of POWER, gift of Jarvis Memorial Church, were distributed to 
Methodist students every quarter. Twenty-five students subscribed to MOTIVE 
through pledges of $5.00 or more to the Wesley Foundation program. Students 
were members of Church Choirs in both churches, presented programs in Women's 
Societies and SS Classes. 

The opportunities for service in Church-related vocations were given special 
emphasis throughout the year, through special vesper programs, showing slides and 
movie, — REPLY TO REALITY, — special report on Annual Meeting of Board 
of Missions and Woman's Division at Buck Hill Falls, which the Director attend- 
ed as a guest; visits of Miss Sola Smee of the Personnel Department, Board of 
Missions, and Miss Charlotte Whitfield, a candidate for the Office of Deaconess, 
a former student at East Carolina and Wesley Foundation alumna. 

Alpha Zeta Chapter of Wesley Players presented dramatic programs in the 
Church, in community organizations, on campus and over the campus Radio and 
TV. The outstanding production was A CHILD IS BORN, by Stephen Vincent 
Benet, in which thirteen students took part, and which was directed by two students. 
The students made costumes and props for this play, and these were later loaned 
to a Drama group of Trinity Methodist Church, Sumter, S. C. for their production 
of the same play and counsel and advice was given them by the Director and stud- 
ents of our Methodist Student Center. The Annual Initiation Banquet was held at 
Jarvis Memorial Fellowship Hall and both Pastors were special guests. 

A special project of the Wesley Foundation was support of a Negro girl at 
Paine College for her Freshman year. All expenses were paid except for a work- 
scholarship from Paine and $200.00 which the student contributed from a summer 
job. Clothing was given by our students and books purchased for her. This girl is a 
resident of Greenville, N. C, and a member of York M. E. Zion Church. 

Small groups of students met at the Center for meditation and prayer on 
Wednesday and Thursday mornings. These meetings provided the Director with 
opportunity for group counseling and guidance. The Director also held 717 per- 
sonal conferences with individual students. 

All Methodist students were contacted by visits, letters, invitations, special 
issues of the student bulletin — WESLEYJ — weekly bulletins, all distributed in 
dorms and mailed to town students. 

Enrollment at East Carolina for year 3,947 

Methodist enrollment (campus and town — not commuters) 727 

A special event of the year was the consecration of the ground on which the 
new Methodist Student Center will be built, July 14, 1957, by the two Pastors, the 
Rev. W. M. Howard, Jr. and the Rev. Malloy Owen. 

Mamiej Chandler, Director 



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Report II 
METHODIST STUDENT CENTER. GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 
TREASURER'S REPORT— JUNE 1, 1957 TO JUNE 1, 1958 



RECEIPTS 

Balance in Bank June 1, 1957 $3959.62 

Received from Jarvis Memorial Church 500.00 

Received from N. C. Conference (Real Estate Payment & Main.) 1800.00 

Received from the Inter Conference Commission 500.00 

Received from W. S. C. S. & W. S. G. N. C. Conference 5.00 

Received from Room Rent 1 173.00 

Received from Refund on Telephone 60.25 

Received from Woman's Division Christian Service 300.00 

Received from Special Gift 5.00 

Total Receipts $8302.87 

Reserve Fund: 

Deposit in First Federal Savings $ 864.19 

EXPENDITURES 

Maintenance: 

Salary supplement for director $ 500.00 

Payment on Property 1000.00 

Rent 1 920.00 

House Furnishings 244.00 

Maid, Laundry & Telephone 954.82 

Heat, Water & Light 564.50 

Secretary Help 194.25 

Miscellaneous 94. 1 5 

Total spent for Maintenance $5471.72 

Promotion of Work: 

Student Conference & Retreats $ 413.90 

Supplies 445.82 

Social Fellowship 662.52 

Total Spent for Promotion " $1526.24 

Total Spent for Year $6837.96 

Balance in Bank June 1, 1958 $1304.91 

Mrs. W. H. Taft, Treasurer 



212 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT OF THE 
MINIMUM SALARY COMMISSION 



The program of Minimum Salary assistance in the North Carolina conference 
has been widely recognized as one of the finest in Methodism. We have attained 
to a basic minimum salary which is reasonable minimum support level for the 
dedicated men serving the churches of our conference. 

We would like to express our appreciation to the World Service and Finance 
Commission and to the Board of Missions for their cooperation in clarifying the 
use of funds to the end that now all funds designated for Minimum Salary shall 
be used for that purpose alone. 

We are happy to report that we are still moving forward in this program of 
ministerial supplement for next year. We recommend that the salary be supported 
at the following minimum levels: 

$3,100 for a single minister serving full time. 

$3,400 for a married minister serving full time. 

$3,800 for a married minister with dependent children serving full time. 

For student pastors we recommend that the salary be supported at the following 
minimum levels: 

$1,800 for a single minister serving as a student pastor. 

$2,000 for a married minister serving as a student pastor. 

$2,200 for a married minister with one dependent child serving as a student 
pastor. 

$2,400 for a married minister with two or more dependent children serving as 
a student pastor. 

In addition to this support for student pastors, their salary shall be increased 
by an allowance relative to the distance of their charge from the school they 
attend. When the charge is within 25 miles of the school, it shall be increased by 
$100.00. When the charge is between 25 and 50 miles from the school, it shall 
be increased by $200.00; when the charge is beyond 50 miles and within 75 miles 
of the school, $300.00; when the charge is beyond 75 miles and within 100 miles 
of the school $400.00; and when the charge is beyond 100 miles, $500.00 as a 
maximum increment. 

Beyond this current plan, the preparatory work has been done to raise this 
figure for those ministers serving full time by approximately $100.00 in each of 
the three basic categories during each of the two succeeding years until we reach 
a basic minimum salary support approximately $4,000 for a married man with 
dependent children serving full time during the conference year 1960. 

In order to achieve this goal, we encourage the wholehearted support of each 
pastoral charge now receiving minimum salary support to raise the level of 
ministerial support by the church or churches now served. As this support in- 
creases, more funds will be freed to raise the general level of salaries. Unless this 
general promotion is followed, the goal cannot as readily be reached as now 
planned. 

We wish to commend the work of our District Superintendents who have 
assisted in making possible this advance. We encourage them to continue this 
progress which has meant so much to our entire conference. We earnestly expect 
that the principles shall be studied and followed carefully by each charge. Par- 
ticular attention should be given to the portions which regulate the division of 
charges. 



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We wish to express our appreciation to the Duke Endowment and to Dr. A. J. 
Walton, its administrator at the Duke Divinity School. Their assistance and their 
gifts have made possible this continued advance in Minimum Salary support. Our 
entire Conference owes to this fine agency a deep debt of gratitude. 



PRINCIPLES GOVERNING 
THE USE OF MINIMUM SALARY FUNDS 

The commission recognizes the principles, that, with the aid of the pastor and 
the District Superintendent, it should so administer its affairs that each charge 
shall move as rapidly as possible to full self-support. 

To enable the Conference, the commission, and the superintendents to carry 
on their cooperative efforts in understanding, harmony, and for the greatest good 
for all concerned the following principles and procedures are set forth: 

Aid to Charges 

1. All requests for mission aid to charges on pastor's salary shall be presented 
! to the Commission Secretary (Rev. Thomas A. Collins, 920 Lake Boone Trail, 

Raleigh, North Carolina) by the District Superintendent before June 1, of each 
• conference year. Requests submitted later will not give the Commission time to 
; make the needed study and adjustments. Therefore, requests submitted later than 
j June 1 will not be considered. 

2. Minimum Salary aid provided by the Conference shall not be used to raise 
, the salary above the minimum set by the Conference. 

3. The family or marital status of the pastor at the time of assignment to 
j the charge shall govern the amount paid the minister for the entire conference year. 

4. Mission funds, or Minimum Salary funds, shall not be used to increase a 
i retired minister's total income beyond $3,800.00. By total income is meant retire- 
| ment annuity, the salary paid by the charge, and mission or minimum salary 
1 allowances. 

5. Owing to the pressure upon Minimum Salary funds we emphasize the 
. necessity of staying within minimum salary when requesting funds for ministerial 

support. 

6. In considering the salary for a charge, we call attention to the fact that 
the Commission on Minimum Salary must count both salary, travel, and expenses 
as salary in making appropriations to the charge. 

Dividing Charges 

7. The Commission on Minimum Salary and the Cabinet, in considering aid 
I when a charge is to be divided are bound by the action of the Annual Conference 
■ in session at Burlington, North Carolina, October 1952, as recorded in the Con- 
• ference Journal, pages 148 and 149. 

a. There should be a conference-wide policy and strategy, adopted by the 
Bishop and his cabinet after careful study for the division of circuits 
and the formation of new charges. 

b. A process of education, spiritual, psychological and financial, should 
precede the division of circuits. This is important if a new charge is to 
understand and accept intelligently the adjustments and the larger re- 
sponsibility involved in the new status. Frequently the charge is im- 



214 North Carolina Annual Conference 

pressed only with the privileges of its proposed new status, but the 
responsibilities are equally as real. 

c. The churches forming a new charge should be, when possible, a sociolog- 
ical and geographical unit. Such factors as marketing centers, school 
districts, and county lines should be taken into account and given due 
consideration. 

d. Generally speaking, small town and open country churches, even though 
having as many as 200-300 members, should be encouraged to become 
two point charges rather than one point stations. 

(1) This is fairer to the many churches which are still on four-five-six 
point charges. 

(2) It is a wiser use of our ministers, as few small town and open 
country churches will need, accept, or demand a preaching schedule 
and the other programs of activity which justify the full services of 
a full time minister. 

e. Divisions of circuits should be on the basis of mutual agreement by all 
the churches on the circuit rather than simply from the desire of the 
larger church to withdraw for its own benefit and advancement. 

f. If a new charge is to be served by a student pastor, that fact should be 
given the charge before it agrees to its new status. 

g. The Disciplinary provision for equity in the existing parsonage, the 
location of the new parsonage, and other forces should be fully dis- 
cussed and agreed upon by the charge involved prior to the division. 

h. The following fundamental and basic questions should be discussed and 
clearly understood by the churches contemplating the formation of a 
new charge: 

(1) Is there a real need for this new charge, or is the desire for its 

creation prompted primarily from a spirit of keeping up, or sur- 
passing another denomination? 

(2) What are the prospects for numerical growth in the new charge? 
Is this estimate of growth based on a religious census or on a guess? 

(3) Can the new charge become self-supporting within a reasonable 
length of time? Will it now assume, or assume within a reasonable 
period of time, a budget that will provide not only for the pastor's 
support but also for the support of Methodism's connectional causes, 
including World Service? 

(4) Does the new charge have a suitable parsonage for the minister, or 
will it provide one before a minister is appointed to it? 

8. When the division of a charge is considered necessary and minimum salary, 
or mission aid, is to be requested for either of the new charges resulting from 
such division, such project shall be presented to the secretary of the Commission 
on Minimum Salary on or before June 1st, so that a thorough study of the pro- 
posed division can be made. This study shall be made in cooperation with the 
District Superintendent, the Commission on Minimum Salary, and a representative 
from each of the proposed new charges. Without such study the Commission shall 
not be obligated to provide aid for either of the charges resulting from such 
division. 

9. The Commission will not approve the division of a charge except and 
unless each new charge resulting from the division shall provide 80% of the 



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minimum salary for the pastor to be assigned to said charge. 

a. Where circuits are divided, any churches involved in the division that 
must receive minimum salary may, upon the consent of the district 
superintendent, pay their proportionate share of the former items based 
on pastoral support, plus an additional 20% of this amount. This shall 
be increased by at least 20% of the original base annually until they 
achieve the then current base of established charges, in a period not to 
exceed four years. 

To Avoid Crippling charges 

10. In the division of circuits where one church seeks to become a station, the 
Commission on Minimum Salary looks with disfavor upon such division unless 
the station established can care for its salary and its proportionate share of the 
World Service and Benevolences, and that the remainder of the charge can be 
provided with ministerial leadership and adjusted and arranged so that it has 
opportunity to grow to self-support. 

Reduction of Aid 

11. The Commission on Minimum Salary further requires that each charge 
which has received, or shall hereafter receive, sustentation or Minimum Salary aid 
shall have this aid reduced by 25% each year until the charge has accepted full 
self-support. The district superintendents are to inform all charges receiving or to 
receive aid in the future, of this regulation. This requirement must be kept in mind 
in preparing for any requests. 

a. When a charge is established as a student appointment and desires to 
be served by a full time minister, this change may take place at such 
time as the charge shall pay 80% of the amount needed to provide such 
full-time ministerial support. 

A New Church As A Charge 

12. When a new church is to be established and become a new charge, the dis- 
trict superintendent shall present for study the complete details of the proopsed 
project on or before June 1st. These details shall be presented to the General Board 

I of Missions, the Conference Board of Missions, and to the Commission on Min- 
j imum Salary. All shall carefully evaluate the project, and if it seems worthy and a 
; timely project, the Board shall see that an adequate salary and living quarters are 

provided for the minister and the essential steps taken to provide a place to meet 
, and worship. It shall be understood that each year the new charge shall accept more 

of the budget till it becomes self-supporting. We recommend that each new church 
, shall become self-supporting in a period of five years or less. 

Student Pastor Aid 

13. The following was set up as a basis for aiding students when they are as- 
i signed charges where mission aid, or salary supplement is required. Mission aid, 
! or minimum salary aid, can be used to provide a salary of $1,800 for a single 
' minister, and for a married student pastor, $2,000. A $200 allowance will be 
i granted for one dependent child in the family and $400 will be granted for more 
i than one dependent child. In addition, there is to be a travel allowance as follows: 

when the charge is within 25 miles of the school attended, $100; when the charge 
i is beyond 25 miles and within 50 miles of the school, $200; when the charge is 
beyond 50 miles and within 75 miles of the school, $300; when the charge is be- 
yond 75 miles and within 100 miles of the school, $400; and when the charge is 
beyond 100 miles, $500. 



216 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Wherever possible, when a student pastor is graduated at mid-term in January, 
we recommend that he shall be recompensed at the rate of a full time pastor for 
the remainder of the conference year. This shall be done for each pastor unless 
there is too wide a discrepancy between the amount his church is paying as a stu- 
dent pastorate and full time Minimum Salary supplement. Full time minimum 
salary support cannot be given where the charge is and must clearly remain a 
student appointment because of the limited nature of its pastoral support. We hope 
this will be borne in mind before the appointment is made of a man who will be 
a student pastor for only half of a conference year. 

"Louisburg Student" amendment to this paragraph 

An approved supply pastor who is serving an appointment, who has less than 
two years college work to his credit, and who wishes to continue his education, shall 
be considered a special case. Each case will be handled on its own merits. The 
district superintendent shall present these special cases to the Commission on Mini- 
mum Salary. When these cases have been approved by the Commission, sustenta- 
tion aid may be granted, not to exceed the regular minimum salary scale, rather 
than according to the student pastor's scale. These special cases shall be presented 
to the Commission on Minimum Salary by the district superintendent in ample 
time for action before the students' matriculation in school. 

Beginning with the Conference year 1957-58, the only students, who shall 
qualify under this rule must attend Louisburg College. However, when any hard- 
ships occur due to unusual distance to travel, special consideration may be given 
to attend another school after the superintendent has conferred with the Commis- 
sion on Minimum Salary. Those now attending another college and previously 
approved under this provision, may complete their two years of work at the school 
in which they are presently enrolled. If a change is to take place in their college, 
they must complete their work at Louisburg College. 

It is further decreed that such a student may be approved for a maximum of 
three conference years to complete the two years of academic work at Louisburg 
College. This should be enough to encourage completion of their work. 

All Applications for Aid 

14. In making application for aid, each charge shall report accurately all 
amounts paid by the charge or by individuals of the charge as salary, travel ex- 
penses or bonuses. Failure to do so shall be considered sufficient cause to reject 
the application or discontinue payments if such failure is discovered after approval 
of applcations. 

15. These amounts fixed as the minimum salary allowances in all categories 
listed shall apply to all ministers serving charges provided each one is a conference 
member or an approved supply. If one shall not be an approved supply, he shall 
be considered as a special case, and the minimum salary rules do not of necessity 
apply. After consultation before such an appointment, such a minister may be 
approved for the appropriate minimum salary sum if in the judgment of the Com- 
mission on Minimum Salary it is a meritorious and necessary appointment. 

16. The current minimum salary scale for full time ministers will be $3,100.00 
for single ministers, $3,400.00 for married ministers without dependent children; 
and $3,800.00 for married ministers with dependent children serving full time. 

a. This shall be the minimum salary scale provided the charge follows the 
principles governing the use of Minimum Salary Funds. 
These provisions are herein set forth to aid the district superintendents, the 



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Conference Board of Missions, and the Minimum Salary Commission in making 
dequate distribution of funds to stimulate and encourage churches to give needed 
elp to ministers assigned to opportunity charges, and to enlist churches and pastors 
3 sharing in the obligation to care for our rapidly growing population. 

M. W. Lawrence, Chairman 
Thomas A. Collins, Secretary 



SOARD OF MINISTERIAL TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS 

NOTE: The Report of the Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications 
. reflected in the following records: 

1. Condensed Minutes, Part II, "Pertaining to Ministerial Relations — 
Section II. 

2. Record of "Preachers On Trial" — Section II 

3. Roll, Status, Record of Service, Approved Supply Pastors, — 
Section II 

4. Classes in the Conference Course of Study. — Section II. 



RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ADMISSION ON TRIAL 
BY THREE-FOURTHS VOTE 

ROBERT ABNER McLEAN 

Admitted under the provision of Paragraph 325.2 of the 1956 Discipline. 

DAVID MORRILL TYSON 

Admitted under the provision of Paragraph 325.3 of the 1956 Discipline. 

Statement by the Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications: 

David Morrill Tyson is more than 35 years of age and has completed 64 hours 

jf college credit; has completed the four year course of study; and has served 

cceptably as an Approved Supply in the North Carolina Annual Conference 

)r six consecutive years. The Board of Ministerial Training and Qualification, by 

Va vote, recommends hm for Admission on Trial. 

W. M. Howard, Jr., Chairman 
W. N. McDonald, Registrar 

Statement by the District Superintendent 

For the following reasons I recommend that Brother David Morrill Tyson be 
dmitted to membership in the North Carolina Conference: 

1. He has earned more than 30 hours of college credit, beginning 
prior to the General Conference of 1956: 

2. He has completed the four-year ministerial course of study. 

3. He has served as an Approved Supply Pastor for six consecutive 
years. 



218 North Carolina Annual Conference 

4. He has been recommended by a three-fourths vote of the Cabinet 
and a three-fourths vote o fthe Board of Ministerial Qualifications. 

5. His pastoral ministry has been conspicuously successful; he has 
promoted every cause of the church, and his pastoral charge re- 
quests his continuance year after year. 

6. He is more than 35 years of age. 

A. J. Hobbs, Superintendent 

III 
^RESOLUTIONS 

RESOLUTION NO. 1 : Concerning Approved Supply Pastors and Local Preachers 

Whereas numerous complaints have reached the Board of Ministerial Train- 1 
ing and Qualification concerning the training of some men who have been 
recommended by the North Carolina Annual Conference and sent to minister' 
to Methodist congregations: 

Whereas (in spite of our knowledge that some unlettered men have wrought 
wonders for the Kingdom of God); yet, in a day of advancing education and 
training we are acutely aware of the intellectual and emotional needs of the 
Methodist minister. 

We, therefore, present this resolution setting forth what we consider to be 
some minimum requirements: 

First, we recommend that ordinarily no person be given an Approved Supply 
status who is over forty years of age; 

Second, we recommend that no man without a High School diploma, or 
its equivalent, be recommended for Approved Supply status; 

Third, we suggest to District Committees on Ministerial Qualification that 
no person without a High School diploma be given local preacher's license. 

W. M. Howard, Jr., Chairman 
W. N. McDonald, Registrar 

RESOLUTION NO. 2: Concerning The On Trial Status Of The Traveling 

Ministry 

Whereas, through the years the attitude has developed within the North 
Carolina Conference that after a preacher has been admitted on Trial his final 1 
reception into Full Membership is automatically assured; 

Whereas, paragraph 321 of the 1956 Discipline reads, in part, as follows: 
"A member on trial is on probation as to his character, his preaching, and his 
competency as a pastor, during this period the church determines whether he is: 
worthy of becoming a full member of the Conference. A person on trial may be | 
discontinued without any reflection on his character." (Bold face not in thej 
Discipline). 

Therefore, we resolve that it be recognized that the provision of the above 
paragraph has been and will continue to be in effect within the North Carolina 
Conference. 

W. M. Howard, Jr., Chairman 
W. N. McDonald, Registrar 

* Resolutions adopted by the 1957 Annual Conference (Editor). 



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METHODIST MINISTERS CREDIT UNION 

BALANCE SHEET 

March 31, 1958 
ASSETS 

Checking Account with Commercial and Industrial Bank, 

Fayetteville, N. C. $ 225.34 

Savings Account with First Citizens Bank and Trust Co., 

Burgaw, N. C. 201.33 

Share Account with League Central Credit Union 5.12 

Loans 778.00 

$1,209.79 
.LABILITIES 

Shares (Investments by members) $1,074.12 

Reserve Fund 80.44 

Undivided Earnings . 64.23 

Profit and Loss (This is the amount of expense over income 

for the period of lanuary 1 -March 31, 1958 9.00 



$1,209.79 



The books of the Methodist Ministers Credit Union were audited as of March 
1, 1958 by Mr. E. H. Sessom, Fiscal Examiner, Credit Union Division of the 
4orth Carolina Department of Agriculture. The above is the Balance Sheet result- 
4g from that audit. 

C. M. Mitchell, President 
R. E. Walston, Treasurer 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF MISSIONS 
I 

The "Call to Witness and Decision" issued by the Board of Missions of The 
Methodist Church has been heard with crystal clearness in North Carolina. 

The Conference Board of Missions has shared this Call to Witness and Decision 
irough emphasis upon the four lanes of service of The Methodist Mission 
rogram. 

\ The missionary seminars sponsored by the Board of Missions were conducted 
h each district during the month of January 1958. The ten district seminars drew 
h attendance of more than 2500 persons. 
Under the leadership of our Conference Missionary Secretary, Rev. M. W. 
awrence, our speakers at these Missionary Institutes set before us these challenges, 
liss Elizabeth Lee reminded our conference of the significance of the program 
tf The Methodist Committee for Overseas Relief. She told of the urgent needs 
iroughout our world for emergency gifts in lands of critical decision. Our area 
:d Methodism in the gifts for the Christmas Offering for Hungarian Relief a year 
reviously, and many of our churches have responded with special gifts for 
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220 North Carolina Annual Conference 

The World Mission program of our church was highlighted by the messages 
of Rev. Linwood Blackburn and Rev. Ed Smith. These young men had gone to 
Africa as missionaries from our conference. They shared with us the needs for 
Christ in our world, and numerous world mission specials have been added to 
our budget as a consequence of their witness. 

The Rev. Mr. Lawrence reminded us of the needs in the area of National 
Missions. Our conference was vitally interested in the work of Missions in Puerto 
Rico with a special emphasis given to the work of one of our missionary families, 
Rev. and Mrs. William Garrard of the Vieques Mission. This Mission was accepted 
as one of our Mission Specials during the current quadrennium 

Also, under the leadership of the Division of National Missions, the cause of a 
new Alaska Christian College was promoted. We urge each local church to place 
in its budget a continuing special gift on behalf of the new Alaska Christian College. 

Dr. H. L. Johns and the Rev. Thomas A. Collins continued to emphasize the 
fourth lane of service — the witness in the area of Church Extension. 

We wish to commend our Conference Missionary Secretary, the Rev. M. W. 
Lawrence, for the fine work he is doing in the promotion of our mission program. 
We add to this our appreciation for the fine work of the District Missionary 
Secretaries: Rev. Robert Wallace, Rev. Kenneth Sexton, Rev. Chester Andrews, 
Rev. W. R. Stevens, Rev. L. C. Vereen, Rev. R. L. Crossno, Rev. R. E. L. Moser, 
Rev. R. L. Jerome, and Rev. J. T. Maides. 

Our conference has benefited annually by the excellent training afforded by the 
Southeastern Missionary Conference at Lake Junaluska each July. This year we 
had a 100% sharing in this conference from our conference officers and our 
District Missionary Secretaries. 

For nine years our conference has sponsored a Caravan of Methodist Youth 
to Europe to further cooperation and understanding among our Methodist 
churches and friends. This work has made possible a growing and virile church in 
Austria and other areas visited. This year Rev. and Mrs. James Auman are leading 
the European Caravan. At this time they are in Europe working with our Methodist 
churches and youth groups in Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Germany and England. 
We commend this fine program and recommend that it be continued. 

The Woman's Society of Christian Service has done and continues to do an 
excellent work in the field of Missions. We commend them to each pastor and 
charge. We urge cooperation to the end that a Woman's Society be established in 
each local church within the bounds of our conference. 

In order that the people may be well informed of the cause of Missions, we 
encourage the circulation of World Outlook. We are encouraged by the way many 
of our people are putting into operation the Commission on Missions in the local 
church. We encourage each Commission to inform the people of the Mission 
program; to plan an annual School of Missions; to promote the cause of World 
Service and the benevolent program of the church; to secure Mission specials; 
and to aid in the recruiting of full time Christian Workers. 

There is an excellent film strip prepared showing the work of the Commission 
on Missions. This may be secured from the District Missionary Secretary or from 
the conference Audio-Visual Library. We recommend that this be shown annually 
to the local church commission or even the entire church membership. 

The work of Church Extension continues to be one of the highlights of the 
Mission program of our conference. The continued expansion of our state has 
called for careful planning to achieve a sustaining program of church extension 
to keep pace with our growing responsibility. 






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During this quadrennium, we have set as our goal one new Methodist church a 
fnonth. Thus far in this conference year 1 1 have been established and organized. 
>Ve believe that yet others will be established with appointments at Annual 
Conference. 

The new churches this year are: Bethesda Methodist Church near Durham, 
fVellons Village Methodist Church of Durham, Amity Methodist Church of 
North Chapel Hill, Nags Head summer congregation of the Nags Head beach 
community, Jefferson Methodist Church, Goldsboro, New Hope Methodist Church 
iear Goldsboro, Selma Chapel Methodist Church in Selma, Yaupon Village 
\lethodist Church between Southport and Long Beach, Oleander Methodist Church 
|)f Wilmington, Riegelwood Methodist Church of Riegelwood-Acme, and Castle 
'rfaynes Methodist Church of Wrightsboro. 

\ We wish to thank the many faithful ministers and laymen who have made our 
fen Dollar Club the finest in Methodism. The gifts to the Ten Dollar Club have 
jiven the incentive to more than fifty new Methodist congregations — 27 first 
permanent units have been built with gifts by members of the Ten Dollar Club 
ind 27 new congregations await continued gifts to make possible their first unit. 
, Church Extension is also promoted as large circuits are divided to better 
provide ministerial leadership for each resultant charge. This necessitates new 
parsonages to make these charges as strong as possible. During this year the 
3oard of Missions has assisted in the construction of 26 new parsonages. Four of 
hese parsonages were for new churches and the remainder for established charges 
)r newly divided charges. More than $22,000.00 has been contributed to make 
•hese new homes possible. 

, Thirty-four churches have been assisted by the Board of Missions in building 
programs this conference year in addition to gifts from the Ten Dollar Club. 
|>ome have added church school facilities; enlarged present plants or have begun 
aew buildings. More than $38,000.00 has been donated to make possible this ex- 
pansion that our established churches may better serve their community and their 
jnembership. 

We encourage our pastors to support and expand the Ten Dollar Club in their 
ocal churches. The membership may be expanded through the agency of a Ten 
Dollar Club committee in the Commission on Missions. Sunday School classes, 
Circles, Men's groups as well as individual members of the church can be won 
o the support of this thrilling venture if we but share the good news and offer 
hem the opportunity to share in this program. 

A slide series entitled "The Story of Church Extension" has been prepared 
by our Executive Secretary, the Rev. Thomas A. Collins. This has been revised 
;tnd expanded to show in color slides this thrilling story. This film is available 
hrough our District Missionary Secretaries, our Executive Secretary or our 
conference Film Library. We recommend that it be shown one or more times in 
vach church in our conference during the new year. 

To further the promotion of the Ten Dollar Club, we have named Sunday, 
,anuary 18, 1959, as Church Extension Sunday. We solicit the earnest support of 
;ach pastor in the conference to promote membership in and knowledge of the 
len Dollar Club. 

• Even though our conference has attained an enviable position in the conferences 
ff American Methodism in the amount of Mission Specials, we must maintain 
md increase the number and amount of these. The Board of Missions approves as 
fission Specials the following: All new Methodist Churches organized since 1952, 
ncluding the parsonages of these churches; the purchase of a site for a proposed 



222 North Carolina Annual Conference 

church; the Ten Dollar Club; tuition scholarships for directors of Christian Educa- 
tion; the Methodist Student Center at East Carolina College; the Alaska Methodist 
College; the Bethany Mission of the Shiloh Charge, Rocky Mount District; the 
work of all our Missionaries in other lands; the Caravan Methodist Church of 
Linz, Austria; the work of Methodism in the European Area; the Lands of De- 
cision (Belgian Congo, Bolivia, Korea and Sarawak in Borneo); Soo Chow Uni- 
versity in Hong Kong; Sunset Park Methodist Church; the foreign student aid 
fund to assist these students in studying in Methodist Colleges in North Carolina; 
the Wesley Foundation, N. C. College; John Wesley Methodist Church (C.J.) of 
Fayetteville; Galilee Methodist Church (C.J.); the Vieques Mission of Puerto Rico, 
and the mission work in the area served by Bishop Barbierri in Argentina and 
Uraquay in South America. 

The members of the Board of Managers of the North Carolina Pastors' School 
at Duke University elected by the Board of Missions are: Mrs. J. H. Cutchin and 
Rev. L. C. Vereen, terms to expire in 1959; Rev. S. J. Starnes and Rev. A. S. 
Parker, terms to expire in 1961; Mr. G. P. Hood and the Rev. J. W. Lineberger 
with terms to expire in 1963. 

We recommend that the North Carolina Annual Conference of The Methodist 
Church, SEJ, at its annual meeting in Wilson, North Carolina, June of 1958, 
approve the consolidation of the Conference Committee on Church Extension 
Research Planning and Survey with the Board of Missions. We further recommend 
that all present members of the Conference Church Extension Research Planning 
and Survey Committee become members of the Board of Missions except as they 
are members of another major Board or Commission of the Conference. We fur- 
ther recommend that this Committee become a standing committee of the Board 
of Missions amendable to said Board and that its chairman retain his leadership 
in this area under the guidance of the Board of Missions. 

We further recommend that all assets and funds of the Conference Church 
Extension Research Planning and Survey Committee be transferred to the Board 
of Missions to continue the Survey program begun by this committee. For this 
purpose we designate all funds currently assigned to this committee and funds 
budgeted for receipt in the new conference year according to the budget of the 
World Service and Finance Commission as previously approved. 

We wish to express the deep gratitude of the Board of Missions of the North 
Carolina Annual Conference to the Duke Endowment for its long and valuable aid 
given to the Board of Missions, to the work of Church Extension in our conference, 
and to the assistance given through Minimum Salary supplement within our con-, 
ference. The directors have cooperated in every way possible in the efficient 
administration of the important work of our conference. We particularly commend 
the excellent work of Dr. A. J. Walton, Administrator at Duke Divinity School. 

We wish to express our appreciation to each pastor who has cooperated in the 
program of Missions within and beyond the bounds of our conference. With our 
gratitude, we encourage their continued support and expansion of this program. 

II 

The Board of Missions, North Carolina Annual Conference, Southeastern 
Jurisdiction of The Methodist Church, Incorporated was chartered by the North, 
Carolina Conference for the purpose of furthering the work of church extension ( 
within the bounds of this conference. 

We are happy to report that on the loan of $100,000.00 approved June of 1956, 
we have made repayment of $40,000.00 and plan to make a third such payment j 
in July of 1958 plus interest to date. 



Journal of Proceedings 



223 



j The money from this loan has made possible the purchase of 31 sites for our 
'ew churches. Some of these have been repaid. The cost of others will be repaid 
p the Board of Missions, Incorporated after the establishment of a new congrega- 
on or the construction of a first unit of their permanent church. In addition, seven 
:eelox buildings have been purchased that are being used as temporary organiza- 
onal quarters for these new churches. 

• This $100,000.00 sum then will constitute a revolving loan fund for church 
xtension within our conference. We should like to report that this sum has grown 
ntil at the present time the principal sum of this loan is now in excess of 
|1 20,000.00. 

As this grows, our ability to grow as a conference is increased. We solicit the 
ooperation of the Conference to the end that this agency of service be supported 
nd expanded. 

C. S. Boggs, President 
W. D. Caviness, Secretary 



£TATE OF THE J. M. ORMOND FUND FOR THE TRAINING 

OF MINISTERS FOR THE RURAL CHURCHES 

For the Period July 1, 1957 through March 31, 1958 



mount Of The Fund 








rincipal Contributions: 








, Prior Years: 








Transferred from Scholarship 








Funds in accordance with excerpt 








from minutes of the N. C. Conference 




$54,444.40 




Methodist College Advance 




313.00 




Gift of Mr. A. A. Kern 1954-55 




25.00 




Gift of Mrs. John D. Huitt 1954-55 




6.00 




Transferred from Surplus to Principal 




20,000.00 




Otal principal of Fund 






$74,788.40 


et Investment Gain or Loss 








Prior Years 




$12,247.42 




Current Year 7/1/57 thru 3/31/58 




551.85 


12,799.27 


ptal Principal 






$87,587.67 


irplus: 








Balance July 1, 1957 


$26,777.09 






Less amount transferred 


20,000.00 


$ 6,777.09 




to principal 








Expenditures: 








Grant-in-aid 




1,600.00 
$ 5,177.09 




evenue 








Investment Income 


2,386.80 






Group Investments 


237.90 


2,624.70 


7,801.79 


ssets Of The Fund 
[quity in Pooled Cash 






$95,389.46 






7,801.79 


quity in Group Investments 






87,587.67 
$95,389.46 



A. J. Walton 



224 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT OF 
THE NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL 

(Board of Managers) 

Since the days of World War I Methodist pastors have assembled each June 
the campus of Duke University in Durham to enjoy a variety of profitable 
activities, including study, worship, relaxation and rest. In the early days the schoo 
operated for a period of two weeks, and in addition to the preaching services 
public lectures, it offered courses for "credit" under the Methodist Board of Educa-: 
tion. Ministers taking the conference course of study were required to attend. Ir. 
a later period, after the length was reduced to one week, the Pastors' School me! 
simultaneously with the Rural Life Institute and the Institute of International 
Relations, with joint worship, preaching services, and special lectures. In recent 
years the Pastors' School has been combined with the Christian Convocation, a 
program sponsored by the Duke Divinity School, featuring the James A. Gray 
lectures and the Convocation preaching services, and the length of the school hasi 
been reduced to four days. Throughout the entire period of more than forty years 
the relationship of the Pastors' School to all the related enterprises has been cordial, i 
and the programs of the separate groups have been strengthened because of the 
combination of thought in planning and promotion. It has been repeatedly observed 
that almost all the leading personalities in Protestant Christianity for four decades, 
representing America, Great Britain, and other parts of the world, have appeared 
on the program of the North Carolina Pastors' School. 

Vitality and Relevance 

Year by year the several courses and lectures have reflected the theological 
atmosphere, the ecclesiastical and sociological issues, and major concerns of the 
church. Those ministers who have attended regularly have found the school a 
warehouse of fresh information in the traditional disciplines and source of reliable 
data concerning the pioneer movements of our times. As evidence of the vitality 
of the school and the relevance of its program, one could point to the discussions 
and debates that have followed many annual sessions and to numerous sermon; 
that were stimulated by some course or lecture. 

Fringe Benefits 

The extracurricular activities of the school have always been appealing. Througl 
the courtesy of the Methodist Publishing House a display of books, church equip 
ment, pulpit robes, and a variety of supplies annually provides the setting foi 
conversation and note-taking regarding the "latest and best." In dormitory anc 
around the campus tall stories are repeated at all hours of the day and night 
Sports of many kinds are enjoyed, including golf, tennis, swimming, horseshoes, 
and croquet. In one period of several years croquet was regarded as the majoi 
sport of the Pastors' School and the sound of mallet against ball was heard through 
out each day, beginning at the earliest appearance of dawn. 

It has been traditional that important committees and boards have regularly me; 
during the sessions of the Pastors' School, and some of the actions of both annua | 
conferences in North Carolina have had their origin in a discussion in some class I 
room at Duke. Several bishops have held cabinet meetings and have even discusseij 
pastoral appointments and made plans for their annual conferences. 



journal of Proceedings 225 

Attendance 

The round figures of five hundred has appeared regularly in the reports of 
'. attendance, but the number climbed above six hundred a number of times. In a 
: few lean years the number dropped to about three hundred. Prior to 1956 the 

North Carolina Conference always enrolled more than the Western North Carolina 
.Conference. In the past two years the latter Conference has led in attendance. 

Also, in the past two years a larger number of pastors have come from the 
'neighboring states of Virginia and South Carolina. 

Administration 

The affairs of the school have been in the care of a Board of Managers, elected 
'by the two Conferences in North Carolina, upon nomination by the Boards of 
1 Education and Missions. Three men have served as directors of the school, H. E. 
'Spence. J. M. Ormond, and W. A. Kale. 

Change of Date 

The summer of 1958 will likely be a date to remember in coming years. It will 
i indicate the first time the school has been attempted in mid-summer. Since the 
lannual conferences are now scheduled for the month of June, it is not possible for 
!the Pastors' School to be scheduled at the traditional time. Instead, the date of 
[August 4-7 has been selected. Opinions are divided as to the likely number who 
•can and will attend at that time. The Board of Managers and the Director have 
imade careful plans in the expectation that at least five hundred pastors and others 
(will enroll. The following speakers and leaders will appear on the 1958 program: 

Dr. George Fallon, Cleveland, preacher 

Bishop Donald H. Tippett, San Francisco, lecturer on 

"Christian Higher Education" 
Dr. James Wood, Edinburgh, lecturer on 

"New Testament Messages for Our Time" 
Dr. Lowell B. Hazzard, Wesley Theological Seminary, lecturer on 

"The Bible and Evangelism" 
Dr. A. J. Walton, Duke Divinity School, leader of seminar on 

"Church Architecture" 
Dr. Don Calame, General Board of Lay Activities, leader of seminar on 

"Certified Lay Speakers" and "Methodist Men" 

Wilson O. Weldon, Chairman 
A. J. Hobbs, Vice-Chairman 
Edgar B. Fisher, Secretary 
C. P. Morris, Treasurer 
W. A. Kale, Director 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON WORLD PEACE 

) 1. The minds of thinking people are very much disturbed as they think of the 
National and international situations. There is much confusion and doubt, and the 
: orces of evil are very strong. The Church, and every agency of the Church, must 
manifest its full strength in influencing the world upward to a better understand- 
ng of The Will of God For All Mankind, and a better relationship between nations. 



226 North Carolina Annual Conference 

The world has now become a community of nations, where people must learn to 
love and respect each other if they are to survive. The North Carolina Committee 
On World Peace desires, and prays, to accept its full share of responsibility, under 
God's leadership, at this time in history. 

2. The Methodist Church is a world Church. Its concern must be for all man- 
kind, where ever the forces of evil and destruction are permitted to strike. The 
challenge of Christ comes to us in this generation, and the Church, as God's 
agency, must teach the gospel of Christ where ever people are found to be living. 
The command of Christ, "Go into all the world", rings with greater urgency than 
ever before. We have no alternative but to obey this command and hasten to every 
nation, lest we are too late to save the millions that are suffering in ignorance of 
God's love and purposes. 

3. We believe that the cause of war may be found in these conditions: 

1. The intense interest on the part of every nation in the matter of national 
defense, which results in an expensive race on the part of each nation to 
re-arm with the newest and most destructive weapons. 

2. The fact that more people live in huts of mud and straw than in any 
other kind of shelter. 

3. The fact that more people travel on their own two feet than on all the 
mechanized means of transportation. 

4. The fact that more people have a life expectancy of under 30 years than 
over 30 years of age. 

5. The fact that more mothers watch their children die in infancy than see 
their children reach mature years. 

6. The fact that more people do not know what it means to vote than there 
are people who have cast a single ballot. 

7. The fact that more people live with out medical aid than there are people 
who know the attention of Doctor or Nurse. 

8. The fact that more people are hungry, ill-clad and poorly housed, than 
1900, and tomorrow the story will be worse. 

9. The fact that many nations interpret the military expansion of the United 
States and Russia to mean that both nations are seeking to dominate all 
nations in the future. 

4. The United States, more so than any other nation, is in a position to give 
moral, spiritual, economic, and technical assistance, to all the world. We must 
grasp this opportunity. 

1. We must first set our own house in order. There should be a constant 
appeal from every Church and Pulpit, from every School and Teacher, 
from Leaders of Government, from leaders in business, finance, farming, 
and the professions, that the people in our nation turn to God with 
sincere repentence. 

2. Our markets of food and clothing must be available to all the nations on 
earth. This nation must become "the bread basket" and "the clothing 
closet" of the world. We must manufacture and grow until every person 
has sufficient food and clothing. 

3. Our knowledge, skills, and Way of Life, must be made known in all 
nations as rapidly as possible. 

4. We can rest assured, that, if we do not place more emphasis upon 
spiritual regeneration and improved moral conduct at home and abroad, 
if we do not use our resources to aid those who are suffering and, if 



Journal of Proceedings 22/ 

are not willing to accelerate our efforts to build God's Kingdom, God will 
hold us accountable: — we will be "weighed in the balances and found 
wanting", and our God-given prosperity will be destroyed in the folly of 
sin, to our destruction and eternal punishment. 
5. We offer these suggestions: 

1. That our Church and Nation join with Dr. Linus Pauling, and 9,000 
scientists from 42 nations, in petitioning The United Nations to use its 
influence to stop nuclear tests, and, regardless of what others may do, 
that our nation will discontinue the tests. 

2. That our Church join in, and give wide publicity to the celebrating of the 
tenth anniversary of the signing of The Universal Declaration of Human 
Rights on December 10, 1958. 

3. That the Congress of The United States not renew the act providing for 
the drafting of men for military service which expires in July 1959, and 
the military depend upon voluntary enlistments rather than conscription. 

4. That our Government urge the unification of Korea by elections under 
the United Nations, the neutralization of Formosa, and representation of 
mainland China in the United Nations. 

5. That a middle east Development Authority be established by the United 
Nations to arbitrate all disputes that arise in that area. 

6. That our Government support a plan for the unification of Germany. 

7. That the agreement between the United States and the Russian Govern- 
ment for an expanded program of exchange of scientists, teachers, students, 
athletes, and artists, be wholeheartedly supported by the Church. 

8. That The Methodist Church, through the Board of World Peace, open 
and maintain an office and full-time staff of workers in Russia. 

9. That our ministers continue to preach on the subject of World Peace as 
often as possible. 

Lawrence A. Watts, Chairman 
C. J. Andrews, Secretary 



REPORT OF 
CONFERENCE BOARD OF PENSIONS 



1 For the support of the conference claimants during the Conference year 1958- 
1959, we recommend an apportionment on the churches of 16% of the salaries 
tf the preachers and their ministerial assistants. We also recommend the annuity 
&te of $50.00 per service year for retired preachers, including retired approved 
bpply preachers who have served at least ten full-time years. 

The names, addresses, and years of service of the conference claimants will 
ippear in the conference journal. We recommend special appropriations as follows: 
I. G. Cuthrell $250.00, Nannie Pattishall $350.00, and Mrs. J. W. Smith $600.00. 
j The conference claimants who have died during the year are: P. D. Woodall. 
I. G. L. Edwards, Daniel Lane, N. B. Strickland, J. K. Worthington, Mrs. Walter 
-atton, Mrs. John M. Wright, Mrs. Frances E. Dixon and Mrs. Charles L. Spencer. 



228 North Carolina Annual Conference 

and the wife of one of our conference claimants, Mrs. Walter G. Farrar. 

The Board recommends that the honorarium of the secretary remain at $300.00 
plus expense account. 

The Conference Board of Pensions wishes to acknowledge the bequest of 
$2,900.00 from the Maggie W. Parsons Estate of Pinebluff, N. C. This gift is 
received with an expression of sincere appreciation and will be used for the benefit 
of our conference claimants who have served the church so faithfully during 
their ministry. 

John M. Dozier, President 

R. L. Cox, Vice President 

W. R. Stevens, Secretary 



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Journal of Proceedings 237 

REPORT OF THE 
COMMISSION ON PROMOTION AND CULTIVATION 

The members of the Commission on Promotion and Cultivation wish to ex- 
press our gratitude to every agency of the church for the privilege of sharing with 
them in the work of the Methodist Church. 

We rejoice in the progress made in the financial cultivation of World Service, 
Advance Specials, Week of Dedication, Fellowship of Suffering and Service, The 
Television Ministry, Special Days, The Quadrennial Program for Educational In- 
situations, and the Interdenominational Fund. 

We wish to commend Mr. Marvin J. Cowell, Conference Treasurer, for the 
preparation of "What Every Methodist Should Know About The Financial Program 
of the Annual Conference". We wish to thank the Commission of World Service 
and Finance for the production and distribution of over 105,000 copies to our 
people. 

There is a need for help in the cultivation of the Benevolences of our Con- 
ference. We will undertake to furnish materials that will help our people to under- 
stand and support the great causes of our Church. 

We share with the Television Ministry the great opportunity of presenting 
"Talk Back", a new television series of 13 programs. Each of the programs will 
use a film and a "Live" presentation from the TV studio to relate the Christian 
Faith to the problems of daily living. 

We feel that every Methodist Church should observe every "Special Day" 
with the use of cultivation materials and the taking of an offering to be used to 
, strengthen these special causes of the Church. To this end we hope to provide help 
to our pastors and people. 

We report the growing use of the Fourth Sunday leaflets. Two million copies 
! monthly are now required in comparison with one-third that number two years 
.ago. We urge our pastors to use these materials for the cultivation of our people. 

"The Methodist Story" our publication for the guidance of the leaders of the 
'local church are made available at the rate of nine per church. Again, we urge our 
pastors to see that these aer being received and used in the local church. 

We join with the Commission on Christian Higher Education in the campaign 
for five million dollars and pray that we may be equal to the opportunity of pro- 
viding for the future of young men and women of Eastern North Carolina. 

O. L. Hathaway, Chairman 
Clyde S. Boggs, Vice-Chairman 
J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Secretary 



238 North Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT OF THE 
METHODIST BOARD OF PUBLICATION 

The past year has been a difficult one for the North Carolina Christian Advo- 
cate. In spite of a reduction in editorial expenses, we have had to spend more money 
for salaries in the printing plant, and other expenses have increased to an all-time 
high. The cost of publishing the Advocate has always exceeded the subscription in- 
come. This year, because of the special price of $ 1 .50 which has been charged for 
Every-Family subscriptions, we have lost approximately $20,000 in subscription 
revenue. 

Despite the difficulties of the situation this year, we believe that next year will 
be much better. The new price of $2.00 for the Every-Family plan will not pay all 
the cost, but the fifty cents gained will help. Many churches which have been 
on the plan have now discontinued it, with the result that our subscription list has 
dropped to the lowest point in some years, but shows signs of rising again. We 
would lose less money with a smaller subscription list, but we do not believe we 
should be content to reach only a very small percentage of our people with the 
Church paper. 

We believe the solution to our problem now lies in the hands of the pastors 
and superintendents. During the past year very few pastors have put on an Advo- 
cate campaign. Many have not sent in a single subscription. If we are to serve the 
Conference, we must have the cooperation of all our friends. We realize that this 
has been a terrifically busy year, with special campaigns and offerings. But these 
campaigns depend upon the Advocate for publicity, and this it cannot give unless 
the paper is widely circulated. 

We make these specific recommendations: First, that the district superinten- 
dents help us to put on the subscription campaign next year by promoting the 
Advocate in their districts. Second, that January be set aside as Advocate month in 
the North Carolina Conference, when each pastor will present the cause of the 
church paper and receive subscriptions. Third, that each district accept quotas bas- 
ed upon ten percent of the membership, and that pastors be asked to report to the 
district superintendent when they have reached their quotas. 

The Advocate can continue to put out a paper each week for the benefit of the 
loyal subscribers who each year renew their subscriptions without urging. It can 
cut its expenses to fit its pocket, and continue to survive with a small and select 
subscrption list, as it has done for many years. But we do not believe that the 
Methodists of North Carolina want to have it said that they are behind all other 
sections of the church in their interest and support of the church paper. 

The North Carolina Christian Advocate has an honored history of 103 years 
of service. It has had many bad times and has often come near to defeat, but it has 
survived without the aid of subsidies or other financial assistance. It is the only 
Church paper in the nation which has such a record. 

We do not ask for a subsidy; we expect to make our own way financially. But 
whether we continue on a minimum basis, or do the job which you would like 
us to do. depends upon the support which is given our subscription campaign next 
year. If we are to promote the causes of the Church, push the College campaign, 
inform our people about the news of Methodism, and offer interesting and religious 
reading matter for our people, the Conferences will have to give us their hearty 
support. 

A. J. Hobbs, President 
O. Kelly Ingram, Secretary 



Journal of Proceedings 239 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

We recommend for the retired relation: 

For this year: D. A. Clarke, E. L. Hillman, H. E. Myers, M. R. Chambers. 

Before this year: A. S. Barnes, W. C. Benson, B. F. Boone, J. J. Boone, J. W. 
Bradley, W. H. Brown, W. A. Cade, E. R. Clegg, John Cline, E. G. Cowan, J. D. 
Cranford, Frank Culbreth, H. G. Cuthrell, W. L. Dawson, J. W. Dimmette, E. D. 
iDodd, E. C. Durham, K. F. Duvall, D. E. Earnhardt, W. F. Elliott, H. C. Ewing, 
|W. G. Farrar, R. N. Fitts, M. O. Fletcher, W. J. Freeman, H. I. Glass, C. W. Guth- 
rie, E. M. Hall, L. M. Hall, J. C. Harmon, L. D. Hayman, H. L. Hendricks, R. L. 
IHethcox, J. W. Hoyle, B. T. Hurley, J. Bascom Hurley, H. E. Lance, T. W. Lee, 
J. O. Long, F. S. Love, G. W. Lowe, D. F. Lowry, F. R. Lowry, W. L. Loy, P. R. 
iManess, W. L. Maness, W. C. Martin, E. C. Maness, L. S. Massey, O. C. Melton, 
B. O. Merritt, R. F. Munns, W. V. McRae, F. B. Noblitt, W. T. Phipps, I. T. 
Poole, H. B. Porter, P. M. Porter, I. S. Richmond, C. T. Rogers, St., J. A. Russell, 
"M. Y. Self, D. M. Sharpe, B. B. Slaughter, J. L. Smith, H. E. Spence, G. B. Starl- 
ing, H. F. Surratt, J. A. Tharpe, C. T. Thrift, W. J. Underwood, W. N. Vaughn, 
R. L. Vickery, R. D. Wellons, B. M. Williams. 

C. E. Vale, Chairman 
W. G. Brogan, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE 
BOARD OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS 

! The Methodist Church has always been vitally interested in the moral and social 
heeds of the people to whom it has ministered. In this period with such strong 
oressures that all people are undergoing, our church needs to be able to give some 
[)f its best council. Within the North Carolina Conference, our ministers and lay- 
oien need to develop a deeper concern regarding the social and economic relations 
jf our people. We need more active programs in these areas of concern. 
i Your Board of Social and Economic Relations recommends the following pro- 
gram of action for 1958-1959: 

1. That we request the district superintendents to call for the organization of a 
rommission on Christian Social Relations as provided for in paragraphs 144, 176.4, 
IM9, 276 at their first round of quarterly conference; 

' 2. That all chairmen of the commission in local churches be urged to report 
,o the quarterly conferences on the new official form (Form QC-71) which has 
)een prepared for this purpose; 

! 3. That a section be provided in the district schools of instruction for commis- 
;ion members for the training of the members of our new commission — The Com- 
mission on Christian Social Relations; 

' 4. That courses related to the social concerns be included in Christian Worker's 
Schools whenever possible; 

t 5. That our pastors be urged to give strong pronouncements on all matters of 
social concern in their ministery to the people in their local communities. 
I 6. That attention be directed to Paragraph 2026.4 of the 1956 Discipline. 
"That bishops, district superintendents, pastors, and lay leaders seek 



240 North Carolina Annual Conference 

new ways for the implementation of better fraternal relations be- 
tween the Central Jurisdiction and other jurisdictions where they are 
adjacent, by closer co-operation at Annual and District Conferences, 
and at local church levels." 
Therefore, we urge our District Superintendents in the North Carolina Conference 
to obtain, where possible, a fraternal delegate from a Central Jurisdiction church 
within the geographical bounds of their districts, to bring a brief message of 
brotherly greetings from the churches of Central Jurisdiction, to their District 
Conferences each year. 

II 

—The amendment to the report of the Board of Social and Economic Relations 
regarding admission policies at our Methodist institutions has been considered by 
your board. We are deeply concerned about the problems presented in this amend- 
ment, and will support the trustees of our colleges as they seek to implement 
Christian principles in their admission policies. It is the feeling of your board that ! 
there should be prayerful, thoughtful, heart-searching, continuing study and dis- 
cussion of his matter by the board and boards of trustees of our respective Metho- 
dist institutions. 

T. J. Whitehead, Chairman 
Ralph Fleming, Jr., Secretary 

**Refers to Amendment offered by Harmon L. Smith. See Minutes third day, 
evening session, and fourth day, morning session. (Editor) 



REPORT OF THE STATISTICIAN— 1958 

1. What are the Educational Statistics: Number and name of Institutions; en- 
rollment; value of property; endowments? 

Institutions: 5; Duke University, Greensboro College. High Point College, 
Pfeiffer College. Louisburg College, enrollment 7989, value of property $65,154,- 
393. endowment, $34,296,163. 

2. What are the Homes for Methodist Children Statistics: Number of institutions; 
value of property, endowment; number of children; cost per child per day. 

Methodist Home for Children— 1; Value $1,379,112; endowment, $1,359,- 
692: number of children 184; cost per child per day $3.89. 

3. What are the number of Districts and Pastoral Charges? 
Number of Districts 9. 

Number of Pastoral Charges 429. 
Note: The above figure 429 as of June 23, 1958. 18 new charges for 1958-59; 
total 447 (Editor). 

4. What is the number of members in all the churches in the conference? 
The number of members in all the churches, 186,368. 

5. What is the total number received on profession of faith? 
The total number received on Profession of Faith 6,722. 

6. What is the net gain for the Conference year? 
The net gain for the Conference year 4,646. 

7. What is the number of local church schools 825. 



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8. What is the enrollment in our church schools; officers and teachers; children's 
Division; Youth Division; Adult Division; Total Membership? 

The numbers of officers and teachers; 11,628; Children's Division 45,559; 
Youth Division 25,812; Adult Division 61,166; Total enrollment 144,165. 

9. What amount has been raised thru the Church School on fourth Sunday 
offerings? 

The amount raised through the Fourth Sunday $61,048. 

10. What is the number of Woman's Society of Christian Service. Membership, 
and amount spent for local work? 

Number of societies 743; Membership, 33,462; spent for local work $265,147. 

11. What is the number of charter groups of Methodist Men and their member- 
ship? 

The number of charter groups of Methodist Men 247; membership 8,609. 

12. What is the number of Houses of worship and their value? 
Number of Houses of Worship 819; Value $43,031,156. 

13. What is the number of District Parsonages and their value? 
The number of District Parsonages 9; Value $233,000. 

14. What is the estimated value of Parsonages, furnishings, and land? 
The estimated value $5,574,365. 

15. What is the estimated value of all other property (Including cash and bonds)? 
The estimated value of all other property $1,552,421. 

16. What is the indebtedness on buildings, equipment, parsonages and current ex- 
penses? 

The indebtedness $4,676,758. 

17. What amounts have been raised for advance specials general and advance 
specials conference? 

Advance specials general $65,931: advance specials conference $53,390. 

18. What amount has been raised for Church School Rally Day? 
The amount raised for Church School Rally Day $9,027. 

19. What amount has been raised for Fellowship of Suffering; Methodist Tele- 
vision Ministry, Race Relations; week of Dedication; Methodist Retirement Home; 
Mother's Day Offering; and Methodist Student Day? 

The amount for Fellowship of Suffering $10,601; Methodist Television Min- 
istry $3,740; Race Relations $4,691; Week of Dedication $8,910; Methodist Re- 
tirement Home $15,681; Methodist Student Day $4,021. 

20. What amount has been raised for Methodist Home for Children, Church 
Extension, College Sustaining Fund, Conference Youth Camps, Golden Cross 
Fund, Methodist Retirement Home, and World Service and other Conference 
Benevolance? 

The total amount raised for all above combined benevolences $996,993. 

21. What amount has been raised for the support of the Ministry, Episcopal Fund, 
District Superintendent Fund, Pastor's and Associates, Travel allowances, Con- 
ference Pension Fund, and Minimum Salary Fund. 

Episcopal Fund $30,194; District Superintendent Fund $82,721; Pastor's 
and Associates $1,581,697; Travel Allowance $99,785; Conference Pension Fund 
$265,598; Minimum Salary Fund $125,958. 

22. What amount has been raised on principal and interest of old indebtedness, 
Building and improvements, current expenses, and Church School Administration? 



242 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Paid on principal and interest of old indebtedness $766,041; paid on Build- 
ing and improvements $2,807,906; paid on current expenses $1,274,518, paid on 
Church School Administration $289,071. 

23. What amount has been contributed by the Duke Endowment for Church 
buildings. Church maintenance, and Pension Fund? 

Church Building $78,250; Church Maintenance $49,825; Pension Fund $30,- 
000. 

24. What amount has been contributed to the Pension Fund by the Methodist 
Publishing House? 

The amount contributed by the Publishing House $7,135. 

25. What is the Grand Total for all purposes from all sources in the Conference 
year? 

The Grand Total raised from all sources for the year — $8,883,887. 

D. D. Traynham 



THE INTER CONFERENCE COMMISSION ON 
STUDENT RELIGIOUS WORK 

The objectives of the Methodist Student Movement are: "to lead students to 
Jesus Christ; to stimulate Bible study; to deepen Christian faith; to further under- 
standing of the Church; to provide warmth of Christian fellowship; to develop 
ecumenical understanding; to foster Christian education; to offer projects of ser- 
vice; to interpret Christian vocation; to promote religion in higher education; to 
encourage participation in a university Christian movement, and to develop a sense 
of world Christian community." Ministering in these ways to the Methodists of 
the colleges and universities located within North Carolina is the task of the Inter- 
Conference Commission on Student Religious Work. 

During the year A TRAINING SESSION for Workers with Students was 
held in Chapel Hill, sponsored by the Commission. This was attended by a Bishop, 
2 leaders sent by the General Board of Education, 2 visitors from South Carolina, 
an Executive Director of a Conference Commission on Christian Higher Education, 
members of the Inter-Conference Commission, and workers with Methodist stu- 
dents on several campuses. An expanded session of the same is planned for next 
year. 

These projects were sponsored directly by the Methodist Student Movement 
of North Carolina: 

A Fall Retreat at Camp Betty Hastings. This was for the "full coun- 
cil", and its purpose was to acquaint them with their tasks and to imple- 
ment projects which had been planned at a retreat the preceding May. 
Leaders included: Dr. Harold Hutson, President of Greensboro College; 
The Rev. Gunter Sommer of Germany; and local campus directors. 

Two District Conferences, at Winston-Salem and at Cullowhee. 
Speakers for these were Dr. E. O. Wilson, Associate Dean of Wake 
Forest College, and the State Director of the Methodist Student Move- 
ment. 

A Church Vocations Conference at Salisbury. Leaders included 2 persons 
from the General Board of Education in Nashville, a representative of 



Journal of Proceedings 243 

the Methodist Publishing House in Nashville, a representative of the Gen- 
eral Board of Missions in New York, and qualified persons in our own 
state. Youth received counseling in the fields of: Hospitals, Homes, and 
Social Agencies; the Pastorate and Chaplaincy; Missions (National and 
World); Publications and Communications; Teaching, Counseling, Stu- 
dent Work, and Administration of Educational institutions; and Christian 
Education and Deaconness Work. It is planned to hold a Vocations con- 
ference bi-annually. 

A United Nations Model Assembly. This attracted students from 
eleven schools, including three which had not been represented in our 
state-wide work this year. They came from eleven different home coun- 
tries and represented twenty countries in the Assembly. The meeting 
was interdenominational and interfaith, with persons from twelve re- 
ligious bodies attending. Feeling was unanimous that another Assembly 
should be held next year, to further our knowledge of and appreciation 
for the United Nations. 

Here is some condensed information about our Methodist work at some of 
the schools in North Carolina: 

Appalachian State Teachers College, Boone, The Rev. Robert Barefield, Di- 
rector of the Wesley Foundation. Enrollment, 1782; Methodist preference, 452; 
affected by Methodist group, 350. During the year Sunday evening activities were 
expanded. A lot on College Street in the center of the campus was bought. Now 
there is the need to build on this well-located lot a Methodist Student Center to 
house the Wesley Foundation which now meets in the basement of Boone Metho- 
dist Church. 

Davidson College, Davidson, The Rev. Russell Montfort, Pastor and Counselor 
of the Methodist Student Fellowship. Enrollment, 850; Methodist preference, 152, 
affected by Methodist group, 80. During the year the pastor led in raising money 
toward a new wing for the Davidson Methodist Church. This wing will include 
facilities for students and a meeting place for the Methodist Student Fellowship. 

Duke University, Durham, The Rev. Arthur Brandenburg, Chaplain to Metho- 
dist students. Enrollment, 5000; Methodist preference, 1460; affected by Metho- 
dist group, 700. During the year much emphasis was placed upon study groups 
and ministry to committed students. A stimulating and independent theological 
journal in mimeographed form is written and distributed by the students. There 
is need for money to equip and maintain the new Methodist Student Center which 
is the home of the Methodist Church at Duke University. 

East Carolina College, Greenville, Miss Mamiej Chandler, A Deaconness, 
Director of the Wesley Foundation. Enrollment, 3947; Methodist preference 722; 
affected by Methodist group, 313. Under the auspices of the Woman's Division 
of Christian Service, a new Methodist Student Center has been built on Fifth 
Street. All Wesley Foundation activities will originate from there next year. 

Pembroke State College, Pembroke, Miss Marjorie Kanable, Counselor of 
the Wesley Fellowship. Enrollment, 331; Methodist preference, 79; affected by 
Methodist group, 79. In this school many persons are trained who become leaders 
in near-by churches. Through this year's meetings, activities, and outreach, stu- 
dents' horizons were widened. The Wesley Fellowship which meets in a classroom 
of the college needs a regular meeting place of its own and funds for program. 

The Wesley Foundation of Raleigh with The Rev. Neal V. McGlamery as 



244 No.tTH Carolina Annual Conference 

Director, ministers to Methodist students at North Carolina State College, Mere- 
dith College, Peace Junior College, Rex Hospital, and State Hospital. The com- 
bined enrollment of these institutions is 6768; Methodist preference, 1565; affected 
by Methodist group, 275. Recently the Wesley Foundation moved into new and 
newly-furnished quarters in a wing of Fairmont Methodist Church. 

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The Rev. Robert Johnson, 
Director of the Wesley Foundation. Enrollment, 7300; Methodist preference, 1700; 
affected by Methodist group, 650. During the year a spacious lot was bought, locat- 
ed just behind the Carolina Inn. The old house now there, to be known as "Wesley 
House", will be used for offices and some activities during the coming year. There 
exists the urgent need of building a Methodist Student Center to house a Wesley 
Foundation that can minister to a greatly increased enrollment. The Foundation 
now has cramped quarters in University Methodist Church. 

Western Carolina College, Cullowhee, The Rev. and Mrs. Milford Thumm, 
Pastor-Director and Associate Director, respectively, of the Wesley Foundation. 
Enrollment, 1129; Methodist preference, 255; affected by Methodist group, 210. 
During the year the level of student concern was deepened. Plans were drawn for 
a new wing to be added to the Cullowhee Methodist Church. One floor of this wing 
will be used almost exclusively by the Wesley Foundation, which is now housed 
in a basement room of the Church. 

The Wesley Foundation at Winston-Salem, The Rev. Robert W. Younts, Di- 
rector, ministers to Methodist students of Wake Forest College, Salem College, and 
Baptist Hospital. The combined enrollment of these institutions is 2680; Methodist 
preference, 616; affected by Methodist group, 213. During the year car-pools 
were used effectively to transport students from the three institutions to the new 
quarters in Maple Springs Methodist Church, located on Reynolda Road just off 
the Wake Forest College campus. It is anticipated that this group, now recorded 
as " a unit of the Methodist Student Movement", will become a fully-accredited 
Wesley Foundation during the coming year. 

The Woman's College of the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Miss 
Mauriel Shipp, Director of the Wesley Foundation. Enrollment, 2305; Methodist 
preference, 630; affected by Methodist group, 370. During the year the program 
was expanded to include discussion groups and prayer cells, as well as the "Friday 
Fellowship" supper and program meetings. The Foundation is housed in College 
Place Methodist Church. 



RECOMMENDATIONS FOR WESLEY FOUNDATION BOARDS 
OR CAMPUS-CHURCH RELATIONS COMMITTEES 

Appalachian State Teachers College 

Term to expire in 1959: J. G. Barden, Mrs. J. G. Barden, Cecil Heckard, 
Florence Payne, Mrs. Frank Payne, William Snyder, Mrs. J. B. Winkler. 

Term to expire in 1960: R. E. Bell, W. W. Chester, Mrs. J. H. Council, Max 
Dixon, D. J. Whitener. 

Term to expire in 1961: Mrs. R. E. Agle, W. J. Bullock, John Kirk, J. R. Mel- 
ton, Lee Reynolds. 

Ex officio: Pastor of the Boone Methodist Church, District Superintendent 



Journal of Proceedings 245 

of the North Wilkesboro District, District Secretary of Student Work of the Wo- 
man's Society of Christian Service, Local Secretary of Student Work of the Wo- 
man's Society of Christian Service. 

Davidson College 

H. A. Bryson, Mrs. John Butts, Russell T. Montfort, James Purcess, C. E. 
Ratliff. 

Duke University 

Arthur Brandenburg, Allan Burry, John Dozier, Bob Gayler, Ellen Huck- 
abee, Charles E. Jordan, Arthur Kale, Phil King, M. W. Lawrence, Amy Puett, 
Robert McKenzie, Nancy Smith, W. Van E. Sprinkle, Harold Stephenson. 

East Carolina College 

Mamiej Chandler, Letty DeLoatch, Mrs. M. P. Hoot, W. M. Howard, Jr., 
Leo W. Jenkins, Mrs. James T. Keel, Charles T. Marston, J. Malloy Owen, Mrs. 
J. H. Rose, Ralph Shumaker, George W. Smith, Mrs. William H. Taft, James R. 
Tucker, Nancy Wike. 

Pembroke State College 

Simeon Cummings, James H. Deal, Marjorie Kanable, Jakie Locklear, Mary 
Frances Locklear, D. F. Lowry, Mrs. Doshia Lowry, Harvy Lowry, Mrs. Theodore 
Lowry, J. F. Minnis, Andrew Ransome, James H. Woods. 

The Wesley Foundation of Raleigh 

(N. C. State, Meredith, Peace, Rex Hospital, State Hospital) 
Harvey Bumgardner, O. B. Copeland, Mrs. John L. Etchells, B. Troy Fergu- 
son, J. E. Legates, R. H. Loeppert, Neal McGlamery, Lucy Neblett, J. W. Page, 
Preston A. Page, R. M. Pinkerton, H. E. Springer, R. H. Snyder, A. B. Starnes, 
Juanita Stott, Mrs. D. H. Sutton, R. C. White. 

The University of North Carolina 

Mrs. C. N. Allen, C. D. Barclift, Zane Eargle, A. M. Fisher, O. D. Garvin, 
Frank Hanft, Donald Hayman, Charles Hubbard, Guy Johnson, Robert L. John- 
son, A. M. Jordan, Kimsey King, Jr., William Olsen, Jr., J. D. Phillips, Charles 
Sheets, McNeill Smith, Wayne Smith, Louis R. Wilson. 

Western Carolina College 

W. E. Bird, Hieronomous Bueck, Mrs. Hazel Cotter, Mrs. Mable Crum, David 
Daniel, Mrs. Mary Dodson, Nobel Garrett, Anne Hammond, Mrs. Dan Moore, 
Mrs. Ruth Reid, Charles Stewart, Ralph Sutton. 

The Wesley Foundation of Winston-Salem 

(Salem, Baptist Hospital, Wake Forest) 
Wesley Failey, Zeb Barnhardt, A. J. Crutchfield, Mark Depp, Mrs. Douglas 
Dillard, Mrs. J. R. Durham, Sr., Jenny Elder, Edgar Fisher, S. L. Gulledge, Jr., 
N. M. Harrison, H. B. Howe, W. A. Hunt, W. Arthur Kale, Anne Landauer, Mrs. 
Linville K. Martin, Clifford Peace, Janice Priode, T. Lynwood Smith, Mrs. Earl D. 
Staley, Jr., Frank A. Stith,, Jr., J. L. Stokes, II, Rennie Thomas, Mrs. F. N. Tom- 
linson, Lee Tuttle, N. C. Williams, Jr., Bob Younts. 

The Woman's College of the University of North Carolina 

Warren Ashby, Mrs. W. Stanley Baker, Mrs. W. A. Bales, Clarice Bowman, 
Dr. Ruth Collins, Lillian Cunningham, Mrs. J. G. Doggett, Henry C. Ferrell, B. 



246 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Gordon Gentry, Mildred Herring, R. Harold Hipps, Mrs. J. R. Holden, Dr. Pau- 
line Keeney, C. C. Lipscomb, Clay Madison, Dwight Mullis, Beth McLamb, Frank- 
lin Parker, Johanna Raper, Mrs. A. M. Scarborough, A. D. Shaftesbury, Louise 
Templin, D. L. Webster, Mrs. Ray Young, Mrs. G. W. Yow, E. R. Zane, The 
1958-59 President of the Wesley Foundation, The Director of the Wesley Founda- 
tion. 

RECOMMENDED FOR APPOINTMENT 
North Carolina Conference: 

The Rev. Arthur Brandenburg, Chaplain to Methodist Students, Duke Univers- 
ity. 
The Rev. Robert L. Johnson, Director of the Wesley Foundation, University 

of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 
The Rev. W. M. Wells, Jr., State Director of the Methodist Student Move- 
ment of North Carolina. 

Western North Carolina Conference: 

The Rev. Neal V. McGlamery, Director of the Wesley Foundation of Raleigh. 
The Rev. Milford Thumm, Pastor-Director, The Wesley Foundation of West- 
ern Carolina College. 
The Rev. Robert W. Younts, Director of the Wesley Foundation at Winston- 
Salem. 

Howard Wilkinson, Chairman 
C. P. Morris, Secretary-Treasurer 
W. M. Wells, Jr., State Director 



REPORT OF THE 
TELEVISION, RADIO AND FILM COMMISSION 

Substantial progress has been made during the current year in achieving the 
quadrennial goals established for the Television Radio and Film Commission. 

During this year the Audio Film Library has expanded in titles and in services. 
The Library now has in excess of 300 titles with more than 400 Filmstrips plus 
a few movie and slide series. During the peak seasons of Easter, Christmas and 
Vacation Church Schools, well over 150 bookings a month are experienced. There 
is an over-all average of about 100 bookings a month. The Library is accomplishing 
its primary goal of extending the use of Audio-Visual into even the smallest church- 
es and in addition is making a large Library of excellent materials available to the 
large churches that have been using Audio- Visual but on a less frequent basis. 

An Audio-Visual catalogue was issued this year and has been used extensively. 
The next issue of the catalogue will include a brief description of the content of 
each Filmstrip within the alphabetical listing of Filmstrips in the catalogue. This 
summary will be in addition to such listing of materials. 

The need is. becoming increasingly apparent for an Audio- Visual Workshop 
on conference and district levels. It is the hope of the Commission that an appro- 
priate time may be found during which a series of Audio- Visual Workshops may be 
offered in the various districts of our conference. If practical, the spring of 1959 
may be the best date, otherwise, we shall seek to offer them during the conference 
year 1959-60. 



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In the meantime, ways will be studied in which our people may be stimulated 
to use Filmstrips more widely. Special emphasis will be given to their use during 
the morning sessions of our Church Schools and during our Christian Workers 
Schools. 

For a more effective approach in the proper use of all Audio-Visual and the 
promotion of same (including the Television Ministry of The Methodist Church) an 
Audio-Visual coordinator is needed in each local church. This is necessary for 
each church whether they now use Audio- Visual mediums or not. 

"Talk Back" will soon hit the conference promotional program. For this there 
will be needed an Audio-Visual coordinator within each local church. When the 
"Talk Back" Workshops are scheduled, this person will do the promoting and 
receive the training and share it with others in the local situation. 

We believe that the Filmstrip Library is well on its way to being firmly es- 
tablished in the life of the conference. Its business practices and routines are fair- 
ly well established. Therefore, it is believed that there will be a changing emphasis 
from the Library to the promotion of the Television Ministry within the confer- 
ence. The first full scale effort in this program will occur in January, 1959 when 
the "Talk Back" series is released in North Carolina. 

With reference to the Television Ministry we wish to emphasize the need of 
attaining our goal of lOtf per member for the support of the Television Ministry 
offering. 

The Commission recommends that Dr. Landis Bennett of Raleigh and Rev. 
Harold Minor, the conference Director of Adult Work, be elected by this con- 
ference session as members of the Television Radio and Film Commission by virtue 
of special talents and interests they possess. 

The Television Radio and Film Commission wishes to express its appreciation 
to the Rev. W. C. Walton, Jr., for the excellent leadership he has extended in 
this quadrennium. We commend him heartily as he goes to his advanced assign- 
ment in the General Television Radio and Film Commission. We are certain that 
not only our conference but all of Methodism shall profit from his expanded min- 
istry. 

W. C. Walton, Jr., Chairman 
Thomas A. Collins, Secretary 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TEMPERANCE 

In our report to the Annual Conference, we would like to give a brief review 
of the year's activities. Outstanding in our efforts were the two and one-half hours' 
programs, the Workshops on Alcohol Education, conducted across the Conference 
during the first week in March. Dr. Caradine R. Hooton, Executive Secretary of 
the General Board of Temperance, gave the educational approach to the subject, 
covering the first hour of our schedule, and led a discussion group with the youths 
during the second period. Reverend Paul Wesley Aitken, Chaplain of Duke Hos- 
pital and Keeley Institute, led the counseling part of our program, which was de- 
signed to help adults in dealing with alcoholics. 

Dr. Hooton covered succinctly the four areas of the Methodist Temperance 
program: (1) Education, (2) Legislation, (3) Commitment, and (4) Rehabilitation. 
In our well-balanced program, all phases of our work have been emphasized. 

Following the action taken at our Annual Conference last year relative to 



248 North Carolina Annual Conference 

the banning of high pressure advertisements of alcoholic beverages, letters were 
written to the President and Vice-President of the United States, Senators, etc., 
urging them to support legislation now before Congress, Langer S 582 and Siler 
Bill H R 4835. Favorable replies were received from our correspondence. 

Some five hundred cards were mailed to our pastors in May, reminding them 
of this pending legislation, and expressing the hope that they would give their 
immediate support to the above bills. 

We have also continued our interest and participation in the State Allied 
Church League. 

Looking forward to another year's activities, we wish to call attention to the 
disturbing moral situation in the nation. The Federal Bureau of Investigation 
recently reported that boys and girls under the voting age account for 61% of the 
car snatchers, 49% of the burglars, 35% of robbers, 33% of thieves, 15% of 
murders. Two million of our young people have been infested with social diseases, 
and thousands of young girls under fourteen years of age have gone astray morally. 

Trashy comic books, cheap television programs, loose shows and movies are 
undermining the moral and spiritual health of our young people. The disrupting 
influences of liquor, literature, license, and lust should be confronted with a 
positive, constructive program of wholesome amusement. 

In Cumberland County some of the ministers observed that the advertise- 
ments of movies were sordid, shoddy, and sexy. We felt that something should be 
done about it, and a committee was appointed to make an investigation, and to 
report back at a subsequent meeting. 

We discovered that one of the managers was particularly interested in improv- 
ing the quality of movies and their display ads. He took the initiative in forming 
a Theatre Managers Association in the county, and he told the group that "we 
want to conduct our business with good taste". He suggested that such words as 
"For Adults Only", "Uncensored", and "Raw Sex" be eliminated in promoting the 
pictures. 

Recommendations 

(1) We urge that a Temperance Committee, or a Christian Social Relation 
Committee be organized or activated in every church or charge, for promoting and 
advancing the cause of an alcohol-free nation. 

Such committee should be formed or activated by the first Quarterly Con- 
ference. 

(2) An adequate educational program should be carried forward in every 
district, including the sub-district and local church level. Alcohol education should 
also be promoted in our public schools. The use of films, and turn-over charts, 
which are colorful and illustrative, would be effective in the educational approach. 

(3) We commend the custom of electing and aiding delegates financially to 
attend schools on alcohol for both youths and adults. 

(4) The observance of Commitment Day, first Sunday in December, should 
be continued, with careful preparation and a followup effort. According to our 
Commitment Day Chairman, Rev. E. L. Earnhardt, less than one-half of the 
churches observed the occasion. We are anxious to have the full participation of 
all the churches. 

(5) We denounce the aggressive invasion of the American home by liquor 
advertisers, who seek to induce even our children to use alcoholic beverages, 
through every modern media. Following a glamorous television program, a child 
was recently heard crying for beer. 



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Again, we appeal for continued support of Congressional Legislation to ban 
the interstate transportation of alcoholic beverage advertising materials, specifically 
Langer Bill S 582, and the Siler Bill H R 4835. 

(6) We wish to commend the Clinical Training in Pastoral Care Program, 
which is opening at Keeley Institute in July. Here the pastors can have a firsthand 
contact with alcoholics, under the general supervision of a trained and experienced 
staff. We are providing some scholarships for men who are interested in the 
counseling of alcoholics. 

(7) Finally, in our concern for the public morals, we declare ourselves against 
all sordid forms of amusements, and urge that positive, constructive effort be put 
forth to promote the public welfare through wholesome entertainment. 

D. W. Charlton, President 
W. M. Wells, Jr., Secretary 



REPORT OF THE 
COMMISSION ON TOWN AND COUNTRY WORK 

I 

A PHILOSOPHY OF WORK 

FOR THE 

COMMISSION ON TOWN AND COUNTRY WORK 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE, SE.J. 

Relative to Discipline, 1956, par. 1231, the Annual Conference is requested 

to adopt the following interpretation and implementation: 

(1) The Commission on Town and Country Work is the one specifically grass 
roots board in the Conference, by name and by definition of Discipline, 1956, par. 
1231. The existence of the Commission is recognition that the rural church is a 

'problem and opportunity area of conference work. 

One of the major tasks of the Commission is to analyze the rural church prob- 
lem, find solutions, and get the solutions adopted and implemented. In this pro- 
cedure creativity and craftsmanship of a high order are called for. 

The state of North Carolina has a growing population, an expanding economy, 
:and a developing culture. The work of the Commission has to do not only with 
ithe problem of rural church rehabilitation, but with expansion. It is normal that 
(new life impluses should rise from the roots. 

(2) The population of the North Carolina Conference area is predominantly 
rural and will be so for a long time to come. Life rises from the roots. So, the 
state of health of the rural (root) churches determines to a considerable degree the 
spiritual vitality and institutional strength of the Conference. The Commission is 
the guardian of the roots. Therefore the Commission's husbandry is of immense 
importance to the life and work of the Conference. 

(3) It is evident that one of the functions of the Commission is to help remedy 
the ailments of the rural church, but one of the major works is to help cure the 
'causes of the ailments. Methodism is a connectional and not a congregational sys- 
tem. Most of the problems from which the rural church suffers reside in the sys- 
tem, or are in the power of the system to correct. Therefore the Commission should 
not operate merely at the margins of Conference activity, but would wisely work 
mainly where policies are set and programs are formulated. 



250 North Carolina Annual Conference 

(4) The conference leadership has long had an urban mind-set. This is un- 
fortunate and improper in a conference which is predominantly rural. However, 
there is evidence that the urban mind-set is being modified in some measure. The 
Commission is responsible to provide a character and calibre of leadership which 
will cause the conference policy makers to think and plan in total terms. 

(5) The rural church, collectively, is a submerged group, and in the North 
Carolina Conference is, paradoxically, a submerged majority. The Commission 
is the voice, the agent, and the servant of the submerged pastors and people of the 
rural church. 

(6) The Commission by definition of Discipline, 1956, par. 1231, is mainly 
a research and resource board, and has limited administrative authority. 

(7) American Methodism was established with an episcopal form of church 
government. Gradually the boards have grown up alongside the episcopal system, 
and have grown in strength and number. So now there is a dual system of church i 
government, and the Discipline does not clearly define the spheres of authority of II 
the respective systems. The Commission would wisely be aware of this unresolved I] 
problem. 

(8) There is evident need for a resource service to the local rural churches, 
comparable in nature to that rendered by the county agents to farmers and rural i 
communities. 

However, in view of the problem stated in above paragraph # 7 it is not clear 
by whom the service should be rendered. Perhaps in time Discipline, 1956, par. I 
1231, will be revised as to clarify the matter, or probably the Annual Conference i 
could decide the issue. 

(9) The rural church is caught adversely in the operation of two opposite lines 
of force. 

(a) The social process operates in the manner of an up-bound escalator carry- 
ing population, leaders, economic wealth, religious and other values from country 
to town and city communities. Thousands of youth, just entering their productive 
years, move annually from rural communities and churches to urban communities 
and churches. Thus the rural church is constantly drained. 

The Methodist Church originally was rooted in the masses of plain people. 
Most of the rural people in eastern North Carolina are plain people. For some 
time within The Methodist Church there has been a trend away from the masses 
and to the middle and upper classes. The trend is ongoing. This trend, whatever 
its causes, is coexistent with and adds to the effect of the up-bound escalator line 
of force. 

It seems that The Methodist Church across the nation has been and is slowly 
experiencing a "going to tops" process. For example, a vast bureaucracy is being 
built up, some of it necessarily on the General Conference level at the financial 
expense of the local church. At the same time, development of the local church, 
and church extension, are not receiving adequate attention. This "going to tops" 
process, if a fact, is coexistent with and adds to the effect of the up-bound escalator 
line of force. 

(b) The paternalistic down-direction thrust of Methodist polity, policy and 
procedure, long operating without counter-balance, has been a considerable cause 
of local church initiative being impaired to a point approaching paralysis in many 
respects. 

(c) Thus, the rural church is caught adversely in the operation of these op- 
posite lines of force. Herein lies one of the reasons for the Methodist rural church 
problem. 



Journal of Proceedings 251 

The Commission is responsible to provide a quality of statesmanship in con- 
ference work which will help resolve this problem. 

Resources comparable in value to those received must be returned to the 
country churches by the town and city churches, and the Conference must be led 
to learn to work from the roots up, as in the vegetable kingdom. 

The return by the town and city churches to the country churches of re- 
sources comparable in value to those received is a moral obligation. Also, it is a 
practical necessity as it is a matter of "feeding the cow being milked." 

The return of resources to the country churches should not be done paternalis- 
tically, but should be done with a well studied and well managed process of "plow- 
ing back" of resources needed. A precedent in this regard has been set by federal 
and state agricultural agencies serving farmers and rural communities. 

(10) Historically, the plain people have been the human source from which 
the great creative spiritual movements have come. This was a significant factor 
in the Wesleyan revival. The plain people live in large and increasing numbers in 
the rural communities of eastern North Carolina. These people are not being reach- 
ed adequately by Methodism. The Methodist Church is tending to become a middle 
and upper class church. The Commission has as one of its major concerns the in- 
clusion of the masses of plain people in Methodism's mission. 

(11) The church is both body and soul. The health of each is important for 
the church to be a redemptive and transforming force. So, the Commission is pro- 
perly concerned to help solve institutional problems, and to help give creative 
thought and leadership in the interest of recovering the Wesleyan evangelistic spirit. 

The rural church may become the scene and source of spiritual revival in the 
North Carolina Conference. It is little realized the life potential resident in the 
roots (rural churches) which could be released. 

(12) It is recognized that the above "philosophy of work" is subject to revision 
as time goes on, as the Conference is a growing and changing body. 

n 

LOGICAL CIRCUIT DIVISIONS 

The circuit system served The Methodist Church well in the earlier years, 
but under conditions of today, circuits, especially large ones, are wasteful of the 
energies and opportunities of the Conference. 

The program of circuit divisions is one of the major achievements of the 
present progressive period in Conference work. Much more remains to be done. 
Some of the circuit divisions have been improperly done and need to be repaired. 

The long delay in getting started on the program of circuit divisions has been 
costly to the Conference in dissipated possibilities, and continues to be costly in im- 
pairment of potential. As in the field of church extension, ground lost can never 
be regained. 

The need for circuit divisions increases as time has been lost, there is general 
population growth and economic expansion, and parish administrative work grows 
heavier by the year. And too, other denominations are operating largely with sta- 
tion churches. 

The authority to make circuit divisions is one of the "duties and powers" of 
a bishop. (Discipline, 1956, par. 433) 

The actual work of dividing circuits is done by the district superintendents, 
with derived authority from the bishop. 

Usually the Commission on Minimum Salaries is involved in the procedure 
of circuit divisions. Sometimes the Board of Missions, and the Duke Endowment, 



252 North Carolina Annual Conference 

are involved in helping to provide needed expansion of building facilities. 

The desire for circuit divisions must arise from the circuit churches needing 
to be thus involved. Pastors and district superintendents can do much to develop 
the desire. 

The station-circuit pattern of the future should be "1-2-3", that is, stations 
where possible, two-point where necessary, and three point at the most. 

A circuit should always be wholly within a given county and within a section 
of the county in which the people are sociologically homogeneous. 

Also, circuits should be geographically compact, making for greater efficiency 
in pastoral work, economy of pastors' travel, and making possible having Sunday 
morning services at 9:45 and 1 1 :00. 

The Conference has a large and increasing number of student pastors. A 
carefully worked out pattern of student stations and student two-point charges, 
with adequate and properly located parsonages, should be developed around Dur- 
ham, Louisburg, Rocky Mount, and Fayetteville, and possibly other educational 
centers. 

The procedure in making logical circuit divisions is sometimes simple and 
sometimes complex, more often the latter. 

Master-plan procedure is widely and profitably used in many areas of con- , 
structive endeavor. 

In proper circuit division procedure, care and skill are required in dealing 
with the generally complex factors. The need for master-plan procedure is seen in 
the following Commission on Town and Country Work report to the Annual 
Conference of 1954. 

Conference Master Plan of Circuit and Stations 

The North Carolina Conference is predominantly a rural conference, and 
competent sociological studies indicate that it will continue to be so for a long 
time to come. (See study, "White Population Trends," 1954, by Hamilton). 

The backbone of Conference structure and function is the rural circuits. The 
present circuit pattern has grown up over a period of years, like vines, and needs 
a systematic overhauling. A very large number of the circuits are illogical in ar-i 
rangement. A logically arranged circuit pattern would greatly improve the pro- 
ductive efficiency of the Conference. Much good work has already been done in 
dividing and rearranging a number of the circuits, but this is only patch work, 
which points up the larger need. The time has now come when we should start 
work on a Conference master-plan of circuits and stations. 

The remarkable and commendable work which has already been done in this 
regard by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina is now a matter of report 
and public information. 

The Commission on Town and Country Work requests the Bishop and the 
district superintendents to begin work on a Conference master-plan of circuits 
and stations as early as practicable in the new Conference year of 1954-55. 

It is recognized that the entire readjustment of circuits according to a master- 
plan will require a process of study, cultivation, and guidance covering a period 
of several years. 

It is also recognized that as we work in the midst of a growing population, aj | 
master-plan of circuits and stations will require adjustments through the years.! 
However, a careful study of sociological and economic factors; population data: 
new church extension opportunities; numerical, spiritual, and stewardship growth! 
in individual churches; and other pertinent factors, would make long-range plann-; 



Journal of Proceedings 253 

ing possible. A master-plan of circuits and stations would properly make provision 
for the anticipations of projective planning. 

"Frontier Again," 1954, a book by Walston and Nickens, just off the press, 
and "Look at the People," 1955, a book by Chambers, nearly ready for the press, 
: will be valuable aids in projective planning. Also, a study, "Country Church Lad- 
der," by A. G. Tyson, will be of great value to those constructing the master-plan 
; of circuits and stations. 

A number of factors and facts should be noted in working on a Conference 
( master-plan of circuits and stations, some of which are as follows: 

1. Churches which are ready to become stations should be noted and lifted 
I out of the circuit pattern. 

2. Circuits should follows natural community lines in terms of school districts, 
counties, and trading centers — where possible in terms of all three of these basic 
sociological patterns. 

3. Circuits should be geographically compact. 

4. Circuits should be worked out on the two or three church pattern. Only in 
a few cases should there be four-point circuits, and never more. 

5. Churches in need of relocation should be noted — followed by immediate 
studies and steps to this end. The great highway program of the State of North 

: Carolina has changed the orientation of many rural communities and, as a result, 
! many rural churches are left in very poor locations. Many churches can be saved 
< from death by prompt action as to relocation. 

6. Closed churches should be noted — followed by immediate steps toward 
' opening. (See 1952 Discipline, 362 (1 1) ) 

7. Weak churches should be especially noted and grouped so as to receive in- 
tensive pastoral attention. 

8. New church extension locations should be noted — followed by prompt 
steps to organize and build new churches. 

9. A number of combinations as to the above points can be made. 

10. In many instances it will be found advantageous for there to be give and 
take of churches as between two or more charges. 

11. A Conference master-plan of circuits and stations would require changing 
district lines at many points, in the interest of logical circuit arrangements. 

12. The paper, "Principles Governing Use of Funds to be Administered by 
!the Board of Missions and Church Extension," March 25, 1954 would be needed 
! in the work of constructing a master-plan of circuits and stations. 

13. The Commission on Town and Country Work Report No. 4, adopted by 
'the 1952 Annual Conference, would be noted in the procedure of setting up new 
' charges. 

14. The newly revised county maps, available at the North Carolina State 
'Highway and Public Works Commission, would be valuable aids in working on 

logical circuit arrangements. 

15. Consolidation of rural churches is recognized as unsound policy. 

16. The recently established arrangement of charges in Greene and Pitt coun- 
ties, namely: Snow Hill, Walstonburg-Tabernacle, Maury-Mt. Herman, Hookerton- 
Rainbow, Farmville, and Wesley Memorial, is cited as an illustration in miniature 

'of an ideal Conference Conference master-plan of circuits and stations. (Journal, 
1954, pp. 152-3) 

The following data show the station-circuit structure of the Conference, and 
• progress made since 1951 in circuit divisions: 



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North Carolina Annual Conference 



RATIO OF STATIONS AND CIRCUITS 

THE 411 CHARGES IN OUR NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 
DURING THE CONFERENCE YEAR OF 1956-1957 RANGED 
FROM A SIX POINT CIRCUIT TO LARGE STATIONS. 

THE STATISTICS ON THE TYPE OF APPOINTMENTS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 



STATIONS 

TWO POINT CIRCUITS 
THREE POINT CIRCUITS 
FOUR POINT CIRCUITS 
FIVE POINT CIRCUITS 
SLX POINT CIRCUITS 
Total 



195 

84 

73 

49 

9 

411 



47.45% 
20.45% 
17.77% 
12.14% 
1.95% 



IN 1951 THE TYPE OF APPOINTMENTS WERE AS FOLLOWS: 



STATIONS 

TWO POINT CIRCUITS 
THREE POINT CIRCUITS 
FOUR POINT CIRCUITS 
FIVE POINT CIRCUITS 
SIX POINT CIRCUITS 
Total 



95 

46 
43 
58 
30 
7 
289 



100% 

32.8% 
16% 

18.4% 
20% 

10.4% 
2.4% 

100% 



(Paul N. Garber, Our North Carolina Annual Conference 

1957, p. 2) 

m 



■A Report— Part I, Fall 



DECLINING RURAL CHURCHES 

The General Conference of 1956 constituted an "Interboard Committee on 
Ministry to Neglected Areas." (Discipline, 1956, par. 1289 and par. 2124) A 
variety of responsibilities are given to this committee. Relative to declining rural 
churches the Discipline states: "This committee is authorized and directed: (1) To 

study neglected - - rural areas (c) revive and support dying and abandoned 

churches " 

The following article is relative to this matter: 

To Aid 'Neglected' Churches 

Methodist leaders are planning to revitalize churches in many "neglected" 
metropolitan and rural areas. By fall they expect to pinpoint and study these areas, 
and list weak spots (recommended by bishops and district superintendents) on 
which to start immediate work. By that time Methodist boards and agencies are 
expected to be ready to lend their strength to the project. 

Heading up the program is the new, 25-member Interboard Committee on 
Ministry to Neglected Areas, Bishop Roy Short, Nashville, chairman. 

The committee was formed at the 1956 General Conference when Methodists 
asked such questions as: Is the Protestant church ministering mainly to one strata j 
of society? Does it appeal primarily to the socially, economically, and culturally, 
successful? Is it in danger of continuing a caste system? 

General Conference assigned the committee to study neglected areas, develop 
plans to organize new churches, revive and support abandoned and dying churches, 
and enlist the help of laymen and women. 



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The committee has recommended that each district expand work in two ne- 
glected areas each year. 

Members say exceptional opportunities exist in housing developments, shoe- 
string housing along interurban highways, dying city centers, scattered mountain 
farms, and areas beyond the suburbs. 

Additional plans will be blueprinted at an executive committee meeting Sept. 
11-12 in Indianapolis, and at a full committee session after Easter, 1958. (Together, 
July 1957, p. 73) 

Country Church Ladder, 1956, by Aaron G. Tyson, a publication of the 
Commission on Town and Country Work of the North Carolina Conference, 
shows that the Conference has 207 declining country churches. Of these 34 are 
so weak as to be in danger of closing, and 88 are almost as weak. 

The Director of Field Work for the Commission on Town and Country Work, 
Roy L. Turnage, Jr., gives assistance to rural churches which are in danger of 
closing, in cases requested by the district superintendents. Also, Mr. Turnage is 
engaged in the work of reopening closed rural churches. He has recently success- 
fully reopened several. 

The Board of Education of the North Carolina Conference initiated procedure 
which resulted in the organization of the "Interboard Ministry to Declining 
Churches." Planning on this was well underway before it was known that the 
General Conference had taken action with reference to the same field of need. 
'So far as declining rural churches are concerned, the objectives of the General 
Conference and North Carolina Conference enterprises are the same. The purpose, 
nature, and method of the North Carolina Conference work are given in the 
Board of Education report to the Annual Conference of 1957. (Journal, 1957, pp 
.143-5) 

The Interboard Ministry to Declining Churches, the chairman of which is 
the Conference Director of Evangelism, began its work in September, 1957. 

Effort has been made to ascertain from the General Conference level as to 
,>vhat information and resources are available for doing effectively this work of 
argent importance. It is evident that the North Carolina Conference will need to 
continue to use its initiative in the work. 

IV 

NO-SILENT-PULPIT PROGRAM 

The no-silent-pulpit program of the Annual Conference Board of Lay Activ- 
ties for the pre-Easter period, has been operative several years. It has much actual 
md great potential value. It is a timely resource. 

The Commission on Town and Country Work, in a report to the Annual 
Conference of 1957 stated: "Appreciation is hereby expressed to the Board of Lay 
Vctivities for the "No Silent Pulpit" program. It is respectfully requested that an 
idequate training program be established for the lay speakers used, and that no 
peaker be employed who has not properly participated in the training program." 
Journal, 1957, p. 227) 

The Board of Evangelism, in a report to the Annual Conference of 1957 stat- 
d: "LAY PREACHING — To encourage and help train the great body of our 
aymen who, as Certified Lay Speakers of the Church, stand ready for this high 
ervice." (Journal, 1957, p. 175) 

Also, the Board of Evangelism report stated: "Lay Preaching: The Board of 
evangelism heartily commends the 'No Silent Pulpit' program, especially for its 
vangelistic appeal, and wishes to offer its wholehearted cooperation to the Con- 



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ference Board of Lay Activities in its Training Program for Lay Preachers." (Journ- 
al, 1957, p. 176) 

The Board of Lay Activities, in a report to the Annual Conference of 1957, 
recounts initial endeavors in training lay preachers, and concludes the subject with 
the following statement: "It is the opinion of your Board that this program should . 
be expanded and made available to all Lay Speakers throughout the Conference." ' 
(Journal, 1957, pp 179-80) 

In view of the above expressed interest and concern for a well conceived . 
and developed training program for lay preachers, the Board of Lay Activities is 
requested to consider convening as soon as practicable a naturally concerned group i 
of Conference agency representatives who would study, formulate, establish, and 
operate a proper training program serving all districts. 

It is suggested that each of the following, and possibly other, agencies be i 
asked to provide a representative to the above group: Board of Lay Activities, 
Board of Evangelism, Board of Education, Commission on Christian Vocations, • 
Long-Range Planning Committee, Board of Missions, Woman's Society of Christ- : 
ian Service, Louisburg College, Methodist College, North Carolina Wesleyan Col- 1 
lege, Cabinet, and Commission on Town and Country Work. 

Also, it is suggested that the above group select a descriptive name, such as, 
"Conference Lay Preacher Training Board." 

Also, it is suggested that this Board be established by action of the Annual 
Conference with listing in the Journal under the heading, "Commissions, Boards, 
and Committees." 

And too, it is suggested for the No-Silent-Pulpit program that there be selected 
annually a theme, which would direct concerted effort toward some important 
objective. The No-Silent-Pulpit program as such meets a need. It could be used 
effectively to meet other needs. 

There are certain other areas of work in which lay workers would be especial- 
ly effective, as stated in Discipline, 1956, par. 1289. The Discipline proposes: "To' 
devise methods and procedures for enlisting local churches and lay men and women 
in support of the foregoing activities with their means and services." 

As above stated in a quotation from the Board of Evangelism report, the No- 
Silent-Pulpit program has evangelistic potential. This program could well be direct- 
ed to the barren church problem. 

Of late there is growing realization that American Methodism is moving, 
away from the masses of plain people. Methodism must institute a turn and a trend* 
to the plain people, or further serious consequences will be suffered by the plain 
people and The Methodist Church. The No-Silent-Pulpit program could effective-! 
ly reflect a concern for action in this area. 

The Board of Lay Activities is requested to consider including the additionally 
stated areas of opportunity in which lay preachers and workers would be utilized., 
with proper training given. 

V 

DEEDS 
I 

Church deeds and property boundry lines can become very important matter:' 
of concern almost overnight. 

Many church deeds were imperfectly written in earlier days. Sometimes they 
were not recorded. Some church properties are without deeds or other conveyances;! 
Many deeds are without the trust clause. 



Journal of Proceedings 257 

The failures of the past in this regard can be corrected in most cases with 
some effort, and with competent legal assistance. 

n 

The 1956 Discipline, par. 362, lists the duties of a district superintendent. 
Certain duties are noted as follows: 

(7) To see that all charters, deeds, and other conveyances of church property 
, in his district conform to the Discipline and to the laws, usages, and forms of the 
; county, state, territory, or country within which such property is situated. 

(1 1) To prepare and deliver to his successor, and to the conference secretary, 
j to be permanently recorded by him: (a) a list of all abandoned church properties 
j and cemeteries within the bounds of his district; 

(12) To report annually to the Annual Conference an accurate record of all 
, financial transactions pertaining to abandoned properties. 

Ill 

The Annual Conference of 1955 adopted a report (Journal, 1955, pp. 155-6) 
. which includes the following: 

The district superintendents are requested to investigate, with the aid of past- 
ors, all rural church and parsonage deeds with a view to discovering (1) that the 
'. title in each case is clearly held by The Methodist Church; (2) that the trust clause 
i is in each deed; (3) that the boundry lines in each case are clearly established. Fur- 
. ther, the district superintendents are requested to take appropriate action in the 
, interest of The Methodist Church in each case in which one or more of the above 
! points need correction or clarification. 

IV 

Pursuant to the above the bishop and the district superintendents are requested 
j to have in each district, within the ensuing conference year, a one-day "Institute on 
Deeds." 

To this Institute each pastor would bring certified copies of all deeds or other 
, conveyances to all real properties under the jurisdiction of his Quarterly Con- 
, ference. 

Also, to the Institute each pastor would bring a list of any and all abandoned 
church properties (with or without buildings), and abandoned cemeteries, within 
■the bounds of his Quarterly Conference area and between his Quarterly Confer- 
ence area and those adjoining if there be space between. Certified copies of all deeds 
or other conveyances to all such properties would be brought. 

An attorney who is a member of The Methodist Church, and licensed by the 
.State of North Carolina, would be present at the Institute as a consultant. 

Each deed or other conveyance would be examined with a view to finding 
:and promptly correcting any deficiencies. 

Properties having unrecorded deeds, or not having deeds or other proper 
conveyances, would be discovered and appropriate action would ensue. 

Deeds not having the trust clause (Discipline, 1956, par. 174) would be given 
remedial attention. There is a standard Declaration of Trust form available from 
the Division of National Missions, 1701 Arch Street, Philadelphia 3, Pennsylvania. 
;A copy or copies can be secured by writing, care of Dr. B. P. Murphy, and re- 
questing same. With the use of this form the trust clause can be made a part of a 
fee simple deed. 

The Halstead legal opinion on how to put trust clauses in old deeds, already 
made available to the district superintendents, would be of value in cases of deeds 



258 North Carolina Annual Conference 

needing some corrective work before the above mentioned Declaration of Trust 
could be used. 

V 

It is requested that district superintendents ascertain that certified copies of 
all deeds and other conveyances be kept in bank safe deposit boxes. 

Also, it is requested that each "Institute on Deeds" be repeated one year later 
for purposes of discovering progress made, and work not completed, and if neces- 
sary repeated annually thereafter until all work is completed. 

VI 

RESOLUTION CONCERNING 
OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL OF ANNUAL CONFERENCE PROPERTY 

A part of the genius of American Methodism is its polity, inherent in which 
is organic and functional connectionalism which makes for unity, efficiency, and 
effectiveness. It may be that, through the years, there have been in some instances 
failures properly to connect and in other instances improper disconnections, with 
reference to agencies and institutions of the Annual Conference. 

Referring to Discipline, 1956, par. 711, the Board of Trustees of the Annual 
Conference is requested to include in its report to the next regular session of the ij 
Annual Conference, information as follows: a clear and concise statement regard- I 
ing each Annual Conference agency and institution holding real property and/or j 
other assets by name or subsidiary, and/ or receiving money or other assets by ap- 
propriation or approval of the Annual Conference Commission on World Service ij 
and Finance, as to ownership and control of such property or properties by the <: 
Annual Conference. 

This refers to all Annual Conference agencies and institutions within and out- j 
side the bounds of the Annual Conference and to property jointly owned with { 
any other Annual Conference. 

The provisions of deeds, wills, charters, by-laws, certificates of incorporation, 
trust agreements, partnership agreements, contracts, and any other such instru- jl 
ments pertaining to Annual Conference agencies and institutions, and relevant ' 
Annual Conference actions, would be carefully considered. 

Included would be the provisions for nominating and electing trustees and ( 
their required qualifications, duties, powers, limitations, of powers, and tenure \l< 
of office. 

Included would be any other information pertinent to the interest of effective ,! 
Methodist connectionalism. 

It is assumed that the Board of Trustees of the Annual Conference has the | 
above information on file or readily available. 

A modern business corporation would not and could not be without such in- ; 
formation concerning its properties. The Annual Conference should equal or excel , 
any business corporation in efficiency of management and operation. 

The Secretary of the Annual Conference is requested to send copies of this j 
request to the Chairman and Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the Annual* 
Conference. 

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MISCELLANEOUS 

1. In accord with Discipline, 1956, 1231 (4), the Commission on Town and; 
Country Work nominates Ralph I. Epps for the office of Conference Secretary of J 



Journal of Proceedings 259 

Town and Country Work, and hereby expresses appreciation for his efficient and 
effective work. 

2. Appreciation is hereby expressed for the consecrated, competent, and 
creative services during the conference year now closing, of Mr. Roy L. Turnage, 
Jr., Director of Field Work, Commission on Town and Country Work. The Com- 
mission has approved the continuance of Mr. Turnage in this office, and has 
voted that his field of work be expanded. 

3. The matter of securing a building site of adequate size is of great import- 
ance for new churches, and churches which are relocating. Discipline, 1956, par. 
722) From three to five acres are essential to meet basic needs, and more acreage 
is desirable. Ample space is needed for the following reasons: (1) To provide 
for proper set-back of buildings to protect from noise, to allow for possible high- 
;way widening, and to protect from encroachment by certain disturbing commercial 
establishments; (2) To provide for possible building expansion needs; (3) To pro- 
vide for beauty of landscaping; (4) To provide ample parking space for the pres- 
ent and future; (5) To provide a site for the parsonage; (6) To provide adequate 
playground space in the interest of the church being the social as well as the 
•spiritual center of the neighborhood. 

4. The attention of the district superintendents, pastors, and laymen is called 
to the constant need for procedure in local long-range planning. The paragraph 
on this subject in Journal, 1954, p. 155, is noted. 

5. The attention of the district superintendents, pastors and laymen is called 
'to the policy adopted by the Annual Conference on the subject of consolidation 
;of rural churches, in Journal, 1954, pp. 153-4. The consolidation concept is a fal- 
lacy, for reasons given in the adopted policy paper. 

6. The suggestion, and request, is hereby made that the Board of Missions, 
Board of Education, Conference Long-Range Planning Committee, Commission 
bn Local Church Emphasis, Duke Endowment, and Commission on Town and 
ICountry Work, in cooperation with the district superintendents and pastors, jointly 
take an inventory of all rural church (census definition) building facilities and 
related matters. A duplicate record sheet for each church would be used, and filed 
with the Board of Missions, and the Duke Endowment. 

Several items would be included, such as: (1) location of church site with 
-espect to present community orientation; (2) adequate size of site; (3) age and 
fcondition of building or buildings; (4) number of class rooms exclusive of sanctuary; 
^5) fellowship hall and kitchen facilities; (6) indoor rest rooms; (7) heating equip- 
ment; (8) sanctuary equipment; (9) basic educational equipment; (10) valid deed 
pr deeds; 11) clearly established property lines; (12) fire and wind insurance; (13) 
:hurch sign; (14) highway directional sign or signs; (15) landscaping; (16) audio- 
Visual equipment; (17) facilities for daytime as well as nighttime use of audio-visual 
equipment. 

The Board of Missions is requested to be the initiator in the above proposed 
Inventory endeavor. 

7. The attention of the district superintendents, pastors, and laymen is called 

; o the following statement in Journal, 1953, p. 163: " it is the part of wisdom 

o note the churches in decline and to take proper constructive steps to turn them 

* ]0 growth, rather than to let them come to closing before getting the attention or the 
Annual Conference. The Conference would be wiser to be a physician rather than 
I in undertaker, in this respect." 

Key W. Taylor, Chairman 

D. D. Traynham, Vice-Chairman 



260 Noxth Carolina Annual Conference 

CONFERENCE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



The Conference Board of Trustees met in the office of Dr. Charles E. Jordan 
at Duke University on Thursday, May 8, 1958, at 11:00 A.M. with the following 
present: Charles E. Jordan, Rev. L. C. Larkin, Rev. D. A. Clarke, Rev. J. K. Bos- 
tick, Rev. R. H. Sales, Rev. J. F. Coble, and Marvin J. Cowell, Conference Treasur- 
er. 

Charles E. Jordan, Chairman of the Board, presided over the meeting which 
was opened with prayer by D. A. Clarke. The minutes of the previous meeting were 
read and approved. 

Motion by D. A. Clarke, and seconded by R. H. Sales. "That the Conference i 
Board of Trustees operate on a fiscal year from May 1 through April 30." There 
was a unanimous affirmative vote. 

On motion, duly carried, the following officers were elected for the ensuing 
year: C. E. Jordan, Chairman, L. C. Larkin, Vice-Chairman, J. F. Coble, Secretary- 
Treasurer. 

Following the reading of the Treasurer's report, motion was made by L. C. i 
Larkin, seconded by D. A. Clarke. "That the report of the Treasurer be accepted." 
There was a unanimous affirmative vote. 

Motion by R. H. Sales, seconded by L. C. Larkin, "That $3,500 from the 
earnings for the current year be transferred to the Board of Pensions of the Con- 
ference." There was a unanimous affirmative vote. 

Motion by D. A. Clarke, seconded by R. H. Sales. "That the balance of the 
earnings for the current year be invested with Methodist Fund, Inc." There was 
a unanimous affirmative vote. 
Conference Board of Trustees 
May 8, 1958 

The members present were unanimous in their expressions of appreciation 
to Rev. D. A. Clarke for the service he has rendered as the member with the long-: 
est number of years of service on the Board, and expressed regret that because of 
superannuation he would no longer be eligible to serve on the Board. 

The meeting was adjourned with prayer by L. C. Larkin. 

Charles E. Jordan, Chairman 
Joseph F. Coble, Secretary 



n 

CONFERENCE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

April 30, 1958 
BALANCE May 8, 1957: 

Invested with Methodist Fund, Inc. $197,713.81 

Cash in Hands of Conference Treasurer 2,514.58 



RECEIPTS: 

Dividends Methodist Fund, Inc. 1957 $ 7,908.52 



$200,228.39 $200,228.3! 

$ 7,908.52 
Total Receipts $ 7,908.5: 



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DISBURSEMENTS: 

To Board of Pensions $ 3,500.00 

Total Disbursements $ 3,500.00 
(By order of the Board this is invested in TOTAL $204,636.91 

Methodist Fund, Inc.) 

The Board of Trustees holdings in Methodist Fund, Inc. as of 
July 1, 1957 are 200,930 Capital Units @ $1,03167 per unit 
Total $207,295 book value. 

J. F. Coble, Secretary-Treasurer 



REPORT OF THE COLLEGE BOARD OF VISITORS 

Beginning on April 15, 1958, six members of the Conference Board of College 
Visitors made the annual visit to three of our Methodist Colleges. Louisburg Col- 
lege was visited on April 15, High Point College April 16 and Greensboro College 
April 17. 

In every case we were cordially received and welcomed as servants of the 
iChurch and of the Conference. The presidents of the three institutions had planned 
Swell for our coming. In each case, we met with members of the Administration, 
with faculty members and with student representatives and leaders of all campus 
jorganizations. 

The findings of the Board were both encouraging and challenging. We sought 
.first of all to discover or determine whether or not our colleges are distinctively 
Christian. Our method was that of direct questioning of faculty members and stu- 
dents. We believe that leaders of these institutions are men and women devoted 
land dedicated to the task of making our Colleges Christian. We believe their in- 
tention and purpose is that of sending out young men and women who will take 
their places in our Churches and society as Christian leaders. 

Steady progress was noted in physical improvements on the three campuses. 
A new dormitory for men will soon be under construction at Greensboro College 
and plans are shaping up for the new chapel and student union at Louisburg Col- 
lege. The splendid new gymnasium at High Point College is now in use. 

Our findings at the colleges lead your board to recommend and strongly urge 
:hat our pastors and churches cooperate with the Commission on Higher Educa- 
tion in its campaign for funds for the building of two new colleges. 

We further believe that our continued support of High Point and Greensboro 
Colleges is necessary if they are to continue to meet the educational needs of the 
foung people of our conference. We therefore recommend that the College Su- 
staining Fund appropriation from our Conference for these institutions remain 
he same as the present year. 

L. C. Vereen, Chairman 
Paul Carruth, Vice Chairman 
A. L. Thompson, Secretary 



262 Norm Carolina Annual Conference 

REPORT OF THE 
COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN VOCATIONS 

"A Minister From Every Local Church" 

Realizing that a fruitful church is one that has sent some young person into 
a Church vocation and a barren church is one that has not, your Commission calls 
this conference to face its responsibility for recruitment. 

This year a District Vocations Institute was held in each of our districts with 
Dr. Harold Porter and Dr. Marcus J. Birrell of Nashville serving as outside re- 
source persons. About 500 ministers and laymen attended these institutes. 

Church Vocations (week-end) conferences were held in the Fayetteville, Golds- 
boro, and Raleigh districts. Over 100 young people were reached by these. 

We also cooperated with the State Methodist Student Movement in a state- 
wide Vocations Conference for college students. This was held Feb. 8 & 9 in Salis- 
bury, N. C. 

Our plans for the new conference year include a conference-wide Church 
Vocations Conference to be held the week-end of March 6, 7, & 8, 1959 in a 
centrally located place. 

We have re-scheduled the "Bishop's Rallies" for the fall of 1959. These are 
to be tri-district meetings calling together those young men and women in high 
school who are interested in the ministry and who may have questions about the 
ministry. 

We recommend the following for the new conference year: 

1. That on March 8, 1959 a "Call to Prayer" be issued in each local church 
at which time we would pray that more of our young men and women 
would answer the Call of God to enter a Church Vocation. 

2. That during our special evangelistic services we have a youth night when 
an invitation be given for those who would enter a Church vocation. 

3. That our churches offer scholarships to help those who are planning to 
enter a church vocation. We commend those who have already made pro- 
visions for these in their budgets. 

4. That TRAFCO purchase and make available the following filmstrips: 

a. Look At The Ministry 

b. Look At The Missionary 

c. Look At The Women's Church Vocations 

d. Look At The Director Of Religious Education 

e. Adventure In Service 

We want to express our appreciation to our District Superintendents who 
have made an honest effort to organize and activate the local Commission on 
Christian Vocations. We urge that this be an active group in every church. 

We would also thank our District Directors who have carried a large work 
load this year in our work. They are: N. L. Jones, J. Paul Edwards, J. A. Auman, 
R. L. Bame, H. R. Jordan, R. H. Eason, Brooks Patten, R. W. Bradshaw, and I 
F. Grill. Each of these has a file and has maintained some contact with our youth 
who have made decisions for church work. 

Herman Winberry, Chairman 
R. L. Bame, Secretary 



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Journal of Proceedings 263 

REPORT OF THE 

WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE AND 

WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILD 

No report could be given this year without strong overtones from the Fifth 
Quadrennial Assembly held in St. Louis, Missouri, May 6-9, and the Guild Week- 
end May 9-11. Of special interest is the fact that our conference had full repre- 
sentation for the first time — 3 from the conference, 9 from the districts and 1 youth 
delegate. In addition to the delegated group, the representation included 1 jurisdic- 
tion officer, 1 deaconess, and a number of unofficial visitors. 

An outstanding event from our standpoint was the commissioning of three 
girls from the North Carolina conference: Charlotte Whitfield as deaconess, Oline 
Civils, deaconess, and Sarah Frances Hamilton, missionary. Two of these fine 
young women will be consecrated by Bishop Garber at the present conference. 
Miss Mary Bethea was commissioned at Buck Hill Falls in January, and is now 
serving as Dean of Women at Pfeiffer College. 

The Methodist Student Center at East Carolina College in Greenville, which 
has demanded much of our time and thought and financial support, will be com- 
pleted in ample time for the opening of the fall semester. The building with its 

; imposing appearance and excellent facilities is a credit to our conference and we 
look forward to a continuation of the fine work which has been done, and we 

.believe that we have a right to expect added impetus as a result of this new and 

; inviting Center. Miss Mamiej Chandler, deaconess, is the guiding spirit in this 

.work, and her influence is felt far and wide. 

In addition to Miss Chandler two other deaconesses have assignments in the 
: conference — Miss Ethelynde Ballance, Roberdell Area, Miss Alta Nye, Pembroke 
[Area, and a rural worker, Mrs. Willa Dean Lindsay Smith in the Glendon Area. 
;Mrs. Smith's resignation will be effective the last of August, and we are hoping 
I to have a U S 2 to take her place. We regret losing her. 

Twelve new societies have been organized thus far this year, and the district 
secretaries of Promotion and Presidents continue to strive for 100% organization. 

The conference treasurer reports $205,247.39 received for Missions during 
.the year, with an amount of $138,665.03 spent for local work, making a total of 
$343,912.42. 

We are half-way in the quadrennium. The theme, "The Spirit of Christ — For 
All of Life", continues to be in our thinking as we seek to exemplify this, not only 
in our individual lives, but throughout the various channels of our work. We en- 
deavor through missionary education and service and through Christian social 
'relations to better understand our world and its needs, and our place in the Christ- 
ian mision. Realizing that the strength of the nation and certainly the future of 
civilization lies in the coming generations, stress is placed upon the nurture and 
(development of children, youth and students, and efforts made to enlist young 
•people in full-time Christian service. Importance is given to woman's place in to- 
jday's world and the necessity of keeping informed both through the secular press 
.•and also through the vast wealth of publications issued by the Woman's Division 
and the Methodist Church in general. 

Our ultimate goal is that through promotion and cultivation we may enlist 
| [every woman in the church in the Woman's Society or the Guild, believing that 



264 Norm Carolina Annual Conference 

through these avenues she is better able to utilize her time and abilities and means 
in the ongoing program of missions, and to sustain and undergird the world-wide 
mission of the church. 

Mrs. Pierce Johnson, President 

Mrs. H. W. Doub, Recording Secretary 



REPORT OF THE 
COMMISSION ON WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 



The budget hearing for the Conference year 1958-1959 was held on last De- 
cember 12-13 in order that the Askings and apportionments for the following year 
might be in proper shape for presentation to the Fourth Quarterly Conferences by 
the District Superintendents. This plan appears to have been well received and 
we express our appreciation for the cooperation which has been manifested. 

In keeping with the emphasis decreed for this quadrenium by our General 
Conference, and in accordance with the decision of our North Carolina Annual 
Conference, we move forward to the task of building and maintaining our new 
Colleges and strengthening the support of our existing institutions. Viewed in 
the short perspective of only two years, this leadership on the part of our General 
Conference and the resultant action of our North Carolina Conference, seem al- 
most prophetic. The greatly increased interest in higher education and the evident 
demand for the facilities which our Conference is undertaking to provide, make 
our task not only more challenging, but more rewarding. Our people have an op- 
portunity in this area of Christian endeavor that does not come to many genera- 
tions. 

The new budget reflects the annual increase of $40,000.00 in the College Su- 
staining Fund, raising this item to $290,000.00. Other than that, increases have 
been held at a minimum. We note marked increase in Christian Stewardship cul- 
tivation and recommend continuation and broadening of this cultivation through 
all districts of this conference. 

We list the total Askings for each of the 9 districts under Fund # 7, Benevo- 
lences: 

Burlington $115,306. New Bern $ 116,555. 

Durham 136,208. Raleigh 162,546. 

Elizabeth City 95,615. Rocky Mount 130,619. 

Fayetteville 137,176. Wilmington 97,755 . 

Goldsboro _-. 108,714. Total $1,100,494. 

The District Superintendents will make the allocations to the charges. 

The total funds received from the acceptances for the combined BENEVO-, 
LENCES shall be distributed thus: Each cause shall be paid proportionately outi 
of the income from acceptances up to the amount fixed in the budget. Any surplus! 
shall be held by the Conference Treasurer to be expended by the Annual Confer- 
ence upon recommendation of the Commission. Provided, however, in the eventj 
collections under Item # 7, Benevolences, should fall short to an extent which can-i 



Journal of Proceedings 265 

(not be bridged by the Contingency Fund, the Commission requests authority with- 
in its discretion to pay in full certain items in the budget (World Service, General 
Administration, Interdenominational Cooperation, Jurisdictional Conference Bud- 
jget). The remaining sum available will be paid proportionately to the remaining 
[budget items. 

TENTATIVE Budget of Connectional Expense Apportionments and Asking for 
Benevolences for the Conference Year 1958-1959 

APPORTIONMENT 

ponnectional Expense 
Fund# 

L Episcopal Fund— 2% Pastor's Salary $ 30,500. 

2. Dist. Supt. Fund— 5-Vi% Pastor's Salary 83,875. 

U Conf. Pensions Fund— 16% Pastor's Salary 244,000. 

I, Ministers Ret. Fund — \Vi% Pastor's Salary 22,875. 

p. Minimum Salary Fund — 3-Vi% "Total Money" 129,107. 

j base P. 180 — 1956 Journal Estimated . $510,357. 



ASKINGS 

'. Benevolences: 

A. WORLD SERVICE $ 143,342. 

B. General Administration 8,070. 

C. Interdenominational Cooperation 6,389. 

D. Jurisdictional Conference Budget 9,906. 

E. Conf. Program and Administration 124,030. 

F. Annual Conference Benevolences 742,078. 

\ G. Contingency Fund 10,000. 

? UND # 7 TOTAL $1,043,815. 

,:ombined TOTAL BUDGET $ 1 ,554, 172. 

Remittances for these funds should go to: 

Marvin J. Cowell, Treasurer 

P. O. Box 10344, Raleigh, North Carolina. 

At the close of the year the total amount realized from the Vi % increase in the 
Minister Ret. Fund is to be divided by the Conference Treasurer as follows: % to 
Ministers Retirement Fund and Vs to a new fund known as SUSTENTATION 
■UND (Discipline 1956, Paragraph 828) for emergency aid to ministers of the 
Conference who may be in special need. 

The Commission will stipulate at next Annual Conference by what means 
he fund will be administered. 



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North Carolina Annual Conference 



The ASKINGS by Districts will include an allowance for NON-acceptance 
and NON-payment as reflected by experience. 

Annual Conf. Entertain- 
ment 6,500. 

(incl. Conf. speaker) 



Distribution of 7E: 

Conference Program and Administration 
BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC. 

Education: Local Ch. Div. $ 39,625. 

College Board of Visitors „ 300. 

Evangelism 16,000. 

Hospital and Homes 200. 

Lay Activities 4,000. 

Ministerial Training 500. 

Temperance 4,300. 

Christian Vocations 1,000. 

Promotion & Cultivation _ 2,000. 

Television, Radio & Film _ 1,250. 

Town and Country 15,000. 

Worship 300. 

Conf. Long Range Planning 200. 

Co-ordinating Council 500. 

N. C. Conf. Historical 

Society 200. 

N. C. Pastor's School 400. 

Duke Supply Pastor's 

School 1,500. 

(Scholarships) 



7,000. 



900. 
600. 
400. 
20,855. 
500. 



Conf. Journal and Printing 
Sec. help, Off. exp. Conf. 
Sec. 

Salary for Conf. Secretary 
Statistician 

Conf. Treas. Office Budget 
Conf. Printing 

$124,030 
Distribution of 7 F: 
Annual Conference Benevolences 

Meth. Home for Children -$169,678 

Church Extension 130,200 

College Sustaining Fund .... 290,000 

Conference Youth Camps _ 26,300 

(Admin, by Conf. Bd. Edu.) 

Golden Cross Fund 26,300 

Meth. Retirement Homes _ 60,000 
Wesley Fdn Comm (Prog.) 20,000 
Wesley Fdn Comm (Bldgs) 17,800 
N. C. Council of Churches 1,800 



$742,078. 



Below is a distribution of allocations to be made to General, Jurisdictional and 
Conference Agencies from acceptances and collections during the fiscal year 1957- 
58. The percentages shown may be used to ascertain the amount of the charge 
Acceptance in dollars for the several items making up Benevolences Fund # 7: 

7. F. Methodist Home for Children 16.255 

F. Church Extension 1 2.473 

F. College Sustaining Fund 27.782 

F. Conference Youth Camps 2.519 

F. Golden Cross Fund 2.519 

F. Methodist Retirement Homes 5.748 

World Service and Other Conference Benevolences: 

A. General WORLD SERVICE only 13.732 

B. General Administration .773 

C. Interdenominational Cooperation .612 

D. Jurisdictional Conference Budget .949 

F. Wesley Foundation Program 1.916 

Wesley Foundation (Buildings) 1.705 

F. N. C. Council of Churches .172 

E. Conference Program and Administration 11.885 

G. Contingency Fund .960 32.704 

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Limiting and Supplementing Provisions Relating to the Budget 

1. Apportionments against pastor's salary are defined to include the salary 
I of the pastor and associate pastor under Episcopal appointment. 

i » ♦ h i™ ™ C T?-* 1 S3lary ° f each ° f the 9 District Superintendents shall be 
! set at $8,400.00 including travel. 

(b) "We approve the use of an amount up to $3,000 to be provided by 
each District for the District Superintendent for secretarial help and 
promotion of the District program." 

3. The Commission recommends that each person who has authority to draw 
checks against an account of a Conference Agency be required to present annually 
to the full membership of his Agency a complete list of all checks drawn, justifying 
all checks with the budget approved by his Agency. 

4. The Commission recommends that each agency whose accounts are not 
audited in the Treasurer's Office be required to have an annual audit made and 
furnish this Commission with a copy of it. 

5. The Commission would like to call the attention of the Conference to the 
increased amount of travel expense and request that the various agencies be diligent 
in holding it to the minimum necessary to properly perform their service. 

6. Under the Church Extension Fund the first $25,000.00 is earmarked to 
be paid to Board of Missions, Inc. for the revolving loan fund. 

7. The distribution of the College Sustaining Fund shall be in accordance 
with the direction of the Board of Education. 

8. The increase to the Board of Education, Local Church Division, applies 
to their Department of Children's Work. 

9. Wesley Foundation Building Fund. From this fund the sum of $5 800 00 
is earmarked for Methodist Student Center at Greenville in continuance of current 
commitments. 

10. We recommend continuation of the approval of request of Methodist Re- 
tirement Home, Incorporated for privilege of private solicitation and receipt of 
such donations as may be directed thereto. 

I 11. We recognize the need for additional support for the Ten Dollar Club 
;and suggest that it may be sought and achieved through stimulation of the Ten 
Dollar Club membership. 

I ♦u 12 rw^ ith reference to Conference Survey Committee, we cite paragraph 1304 
n I D J S CIPLINE and point out that this committee is to be appointed by the 
Board of Missions and we recommend that the funds currently credited to the 
Committee be transferred to the Church Extension Section of the Board of Missions 
and it is assumed that the Board of Missions is taking over this function as part 
t)t its natural Church Extension responsibilities. 

13. We commend the Minimum Salary Commission on their long-ranee 
planning for Minimum Salary for pastors of this Conference. 
I 14. The District Superintendents will establish suitable apportionments for 
jew churches, and adjust apportionments where other charge changes occur; pro- 
vided also where circuits are divided any church involved in the division that must 

■ eceive minimum salary, may upon the consent of the District Superintendent, pay 
-heir former proportionate share of the items based on pastoral support and total 
TKraey raise, plus an additional 20% of this amount the first year of division This 

■ hall be increased by at least 20% of the original base annually until they achieve 



268 North Carolina Annual Conference 

the then current base of established charges, in a period not to exceed four years. 

The Commission recommends approval of the following SPECIALS to be 
arranged by Special Offerings or included in the budget. IF BUDGETED, the 
amount should be liberal. Remit to Conference Treasurer. 

*See Par. 10, Report of Church Extension Research Planning and Survey 
Committee. 

Advance Special (General) World Missions and National Missions 
Advance Special Conference 
Church School Rally Day for Leadership Training 
The Television Ministry of the Methodist Church 
Fellowship of Suffering & Service (World Wide Communion) 
Race Relations Sunday (Paine College) 
Week of Dedication 

Methodist Retirement Homes Special (Mothers' Day) 
Methodist Student Day 

We recommend approval of the requests of the following agencies for the 
privilege of soliciting funds throughout the Conference. 

1. The Capital Funds Campaign for our colleges. 

2. Wesley Foundation Commission for special gifts for the benefit of special 
works in State supported institutions. 

3. The Board of Missions for the promotion of Church Extension Ten Dollar 
Club. 

4. That the Board of Education be permitted to accept funds donated by 
children's groups, young adult groups, individuals, etc., to begin an additional 
Camp for our Conference. 

We recommend that the Conference fiscal year be designated to begin July 1st 
and to close June 30th. 

We recommend to charge or church treasurers that they set up a schedule for 
remitting at a fixed time each month and to close the year as early as possible, i 
Final remittance should be mailed on Monday two weeks preceding the opening 
of Conference. 

The Pastors bear responsibility to check with Treasurers for full remittance 
of all Budgeted items and all funds collected as specials and to harmonize their 
reports to Annual Conference with Conference Treasurer's acknowledgements 
both received and pending. 

We report the issuance of a Fidelity Bond in Employers Mutual Casualty 
Company of Des Moines, Iowa to cover the Conference Treasurer in the amount i 
of $100,000.00 and to cover the Stenographer-Clerk in the amount of $25,000.00; 
others to a minimum amount of $10,000.00 in said office. Also to cover others 
handling funds in Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc., Board of Education, Metho-. 
dist Youth Fund, Camp Director, Methodist Youth Assemblies, Treasurer Camp 
Don Lee, Treasurer Methodist Youth Center, Greenville. 

We recommend the continuation of A. M. Pullen and Company as auditors. 

Reference is made to report # 2 (to be prepared) for additional items ofi 
business. 



Journal of Proceedings 269 

♦RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE SUSTENTATION FUND, REPORT I 

A present necessitous case calls for the designation of a committee which 
we propose to be known as the Sustentation Committee, and to be comprised of 

(a) The President of the Board of Hospitals and Homes 

(b) The Secretary of the Board of Pensions 

(c) The Chairman of the Committee on Conference Relations 

This Committee is authorized during the new Conference Year only to meet 
emergency needs by negotiating loan of funds from other Conference Boards, in 
; amount not to exceed $2,000.00. 

The Committee is also requested to work out with the Conference Board of 
'■. Pensions rules of procedure governing the meeting of the needs in cases of 
.disability of ministers to determine the assistance to be rendered by each group, 
i. e. The Sustentation Committee and/ or The Board of Pensions. 
*Adopted 

J. V. Early, Secretary 

W. J. Neese 

COMMISSION ON WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 

II 

We recommend the following SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATIONS 
from funds on hand: 

Board of Evangelism (current year) $ 3,200.00 

Board of Education (for children's worker) 2,300.00 

Journal, balance of cost 269.31 

Commission on Promotion and Cultivation 700.00 

Adding Machine (electric) for Conf. Statistician 259.38 

Conference Printing Expense 1,475.26 

What Every Individual Methodist Should Know 

Conference Calendar 

Printing Pastors' reports 

Budget Work sheets 

Balance Equipment Loan 3,057.68 

World Service and Finance Mid-year meeting 60.00 

(Treasurer's Office budget 2,230.00 

(Study report, Methodist Home for Children 2,618.66 

Conference Entertainment (if needed) 2,000.00 

Total Supplementary Appropriations $18,170.29 

HEADQUARTERS BUILDING: We also recommend that the Conference 
Trustees be directed, once a deed has been recorded to them for a headquarters 
^ite, to execute a note and Deed-of-Trust in such amount as may be required 
by the Committee charged with the management of the project as being necessary 
to cover all construction costs for such funds as may be borrowed. 

We also recommend approval for the Conference Treasurer to make the 
above loan to the Conference Board of Trustees from Central Funds in such 
imount at such interest rate as the Investment Committee of Methodist Fund may 
approve, to be secured by the note and Deed-of-Trust as mentioned above. 

We recommend authorization for the payment of such necessary expenses 
"elating to conference headquarters — survey, engineering, architecture, construc- 
, ; ion, furnishing — as may be approved by the Committee (of whatever name) for 



270 No.rrH Carolina Annual Conference 

steering the Conference Headquarters project. These advance payments shall 
then be consolidated with construction costs in the loan set forth above. 

It being contemplated that planning and construction shall be tied in with 
good long-term leases on sufficient portion of the construction to assure liqui- j 
dation of the entire cost in a period of years satisfactory to the Investment 
Committee of Methodist Fund, Incorporated. 

We recommend that dictating machines be provided for District Superin- 
tendents who will make good use of them and that they become the property 
of the Office of the District Superintendent. The cost should be held within i 
$400.00 each and may be charged to the District Superintendents Fund. The I 
details should be cleared through the office of the Conference Treasurer. 



Ill 

We recommend the transfer from the conference reserve of interest earnings 
on Central Funds to the new department of Methodist Fund Incorporated, 
known as the Department of Gifts and Wills, for a broad program of cultivation 
in this field, a total amount not to exceed $10,000.00, for use in producing 
and distributing promotional materials. And, a combined total not to exceed 
$25,000.00 in case the services of a full time director should be employed. 

Funds to be made available as needed when the program is set in motion. 
Provision for this program was made in the Charter of the corporation, November 
23. 1955, and is currently being activated. 

G. S. Garriss, President 
J. V. Early, Secretary 

Other Members of the Commission: 

Clerical: C. S. Hubbard, O. K. Ingram, W. J. Neese, A. L. Thompson 

Lay: N. B. Dozier, Jr., M. Carr Gibson, J. P. Rogers, Bill Price 

(Vacancy due to the resignation of C. Felix Harvey, III) 





REPORT OF METHODIST FUND, INCORPORATED 

I 

An agency of the North Carolina Annual Conference, SeJ, The Methodist 

Church, for the investment of permanent funds of the Conference and its Agencies. 

The membership is as follows: 

Conference Treasurer Marvin J. Cowell 

President, Commission on World Service & Finance__-Garland S. Garriss 
Representing Commission on World Service & Finance 

Gurney P. Hood, Charles S. Hubbard, J. Herbert Waldrop 

Representing Board of Pensions John M. Dozier 

Representing Board of Missions Thomas A. Collins 

Representing Board of Trustees Charles E. Jordan 

Representing Board of Education for Colleges Vergil E. Queen 

Representing Board of Hospitals and Homes Dr. Earl W. Brian 

Gifts and wills of real estate, securities or cash to be used as Endowments may 
be directed to Methodist Fund, Incorporated, Raleigh, North Carolina and have 
the income channelled to chosen Conference Agencies. We have under study the 



Journal of Proceedings 271 

procedure by which we may effectively bring to the attention of our people the 
opportunity to make gifts or wills for the benefit of our Annual Conference and 
whereby they may choose the cause or causes they wish to favor. 

The Fund is directed and managed by selected personnel elected by the Con- 
ference Agencies, as a mutual investment fund. Our securities investments are 
under the guidance of Moody's Investors Service. We feel their services have been 
very beneficial. 

The Investment Department of Methodist Fund, Incorporated has made pro- 
i gress during the period since our last report. Our investments at the present 
' time are producing at the rate of 4.66% income and additional irregular income 
! in the form of stock dividends substantially has offset all expenses of the Fund. 

The members of the Fund have recommended a dividend of 4.5c per capital 
unit payable on July 23 to unit holders as of June 30, 1958. We ask Conference 
approval of this dividend. 
The holdings of the several agencies and the dividends accrued to them are 



listed below: 








Capital Units 


4.5c Dividend 


Central Funds 


306,467 


$13,791.01 


Pension Fund 


181,989 


8,189.51 


Ministers Retirement Fund 


145,208 


6,534.36 


Board of Trustees 


200,930 


9,041.85 


Total 


834,594 


$37,556.73 



We present our Schedule of Investments with appraisal as of May 12, 1958 
showing appreciation in value in the neighborhood of $40,000.00 as against 
$2,000.00 one year ago. Our audited financial statement will appear in the Journal. 

Gurney P. Hood, President 
John M. Dozier, Vice-President 
Marvin J. Cowell, Secretary-Treasurer 
Eda M. Rogers, Assistant Secretary 

II 
SCHEDULE OF INVESTMENTS 
SUMMARY 
Total Bonds and Debentures 

Total Preferred Stocks 

[Total Utilities — Common 

Total Railroad — Common 

Total Industrial — Common 

Total Trusts, Insurance & Banks 

TOTAL SECURITIES 

TOTAL REAL ESTATE LOANS 

COMBINED TOTALS 



Cost 


Income 


Value 


$106,745.26 


$ 5,449. 


$112,649. 


5.10% 




4.83% 


81,136.90 


3,810. 


76,337. 


4.69% 




4.99% 


209,372.70 


10,693. 


247,676. 


5.11% 




4.31% 


4,075.12 


400. 


4,450. 


9.82% 




8.98% 


244,264.25 


9,956 


242,847. 


4.08% 




4.09% 


27,838.68 


602. 


25,919. 


2.16% 




2.32% 


673,432.91 


30,910 


709,878. 


4.58% 




4.35% 


211,681.61 


10,358. 


211,681. 


4.89% 




4.89% 


885,114.52 


41,268 


921,559. 


4.66% 




4.47% 



272 



No:<th Carolina Annual Conference 



Realized Capital Gain 
Reserve for Investment 
Dow-Jones Averages: 
Industrials 462.56 
Utilities 77.84 

Railroads 114.86 

Issue 
Amt. Bonds and Debentures 

5M American Discount 5.90% 

1M Amer. Tel. & Tel. 4.25% '73 cv 

10M Atlantic Refin. 4.50%'87cv 

10M ElPaso Natl Gas '77 5.25% cv 

10M Foremost Dairies 4.50% '80 

10M General Motors Ace. '77 5% 

10M General Motors Ace. 4% '79 

10M Olin Math. Chem. '82 5.5% 

20M Sperry Rand '82 5.50 ww 

10M Tenn. Gas Transm '77 5.25% 

10M Transcon. Gas P.L. '78 6.125 

Issue 
Amt. 

Preferred Stocks 
100 American Marietta 5% 
100 Consolidated Edison 5% 
50 Eagle Stores 6% 
100 General Mills 5% 
100 Radio Corp. of Amer. 3.50% 
200 Reynolds Metals Co. 4.75% 
100 Tenn. Gas Transm. 4.50% cv 
150 Transcontinental Gas 4.90% 

Utilities — Common 

307 American Electric Power 

100 American Tel. & Tel. 

300 Baltimore Gas & Electric 

611 Carolina Power & Light 

800 Columbia Gas System 

300 Consolidated Natural Gas 

100 Florida Power & Light 

390 General Telephone 

200 Houston Lighting & Power 

500 Middle South Utilities 

700 Minnesota Power & Light 

400 Niagara Mohawk Power 

300 Public Service of Colorado 

330 Tampa Electric 

600 Tenn. Gas Transmission 

100 Texas Utilities 

200 Washington Gas Light 

200 Wisconsin Public Service 



3,596. 



6,718.29 



Appraisal 



Cost 


Income 


Market 


Value 


$ 5,000.00 


$ 295. 


95i/2 


$ 4,775. 


v 1,000.00 


42. 


1321/2 


1,325. 


10,525.00 


450. 


108% 


10,887. 


10,362.50 


525. 


112 


11,200. i 


10,301.93 


450. 


98 


9,800. 


9,750.00 


500. 


III1/2 


11,150. 


9,850.00 


400. 


1001/4 


10,025. ; 


10,000.00 


550. 


101% 


10,137. 1 


20,000.00 


1,100. 


111.50 


22,300. 


10,005.83 


525. 


105. 


10,500. 


9,950.00 


612. 


IO51/2 


10,550. 






Appraisals 


Cost 


Income 


Market 


Value 


9,650.00 


500. 


94i/2 


9,450. 


10,995.95 


500. 


IO61/2 


10,650. 


5,000.00 


300. 


100. 


5,000. 


12,147.10 


500. 


116. 


11,600. 


8,743.85 


350. 


75% 


7,537. i 


10,000.00 


475. 


451/2 


9,100. 


9,250.00 


450. 


991/2 


9,950. 


15,350.00 


735. 


87 


13,050. 


10,900.00 


491. 


43% 


13,393. 


17,000.00 


900. 


175% 


17,587.; 


10,371.39 


540. 


38% 


11,587. 


14,948.63 


806. 


30 


18,330., 


13,384.65 


800. 


18% 


15,000. 


13,461.90 


600. 


47% 


14,325., 


4,964.63 


140. 


65% 


6,575.; 


11,550.00 


780. 


46% 


18,281. 


11,293.86 


320. 


57% 


11,525. 


14,961.55 


900. 


42i/4 


21,125.| 


19,061.81 


1,120. 


33% 


23,187. 


11,893.88 


720. 


35 


14,000. 


12,557.40 


540. 


48 


14,400. 


10,793.25 


396. 


39% 


12,911.; 


15,120.00 


840. 


29 


17,400* 


4,587.75 


160. 


50i/4 


5,025' 


8,245.88 


400. 


42V8 


8,425: 


4,276.12 


240. 


23 


4,600 ' 



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273 



200 



200 
200 
100 
200 

75 
205 
103 
300 
220 
300 

52 
500 
200 
200 
204 
100 
100 
100 
200 
100 

21 
294 
300 
100 
210 
102 
200 
200 



782 

220 

50 

300 



Railroads 

N. Y. Chi. & St. L. Railroad 

Industrials — Common 
Allied Stores 
Aluminum, Ltd 
American Cyanamid 
Diamond Alkali 
DuPont DeNemours 
Eastman Kodak Co. 
Food Fair Stores 
J. Garfinckel & Co. Inc. 
Garlock Packing Co. 
General Motors Corp. 
International Bus. Mach. 
International Harvester 
Montgomery Ward & Co. 
National Cash Register 
National Food Products Co. 
J. C. Penney Co. 
Pfaudler-Permutit 
Pillsbury Mills, Inc. 
Radio Corporation of Amer. 
Royal Dutch Petro. NY (O.C 
Royal Dutch Petro. (NYE) 
Sonoco Products 
Sperry-Rand 

Standard Oil of California 
Standard Oil of New Jersey 
Texas Company 
Time, Incorporated 
Westinghouse Electric 

Trusts, Insurance, Banks 
Chemical Fund 
Gulf Life Insurance Co. 
Travelers Insurance Co. 
Wachovia Bank & Trust Co. 



4,075.12 



400. 



221/4 



4,450. 



$ 8,459.44 


$ 600. 


45V& 


$ 9,050. 


8,045.03 


180. 


28 


5,600. 


4,047.56 


160. 


47% 


4,737. 


7,492.12 


360. 


32Y4 


6,450. 


14,520.55 


450. 


177% 


13,322. 


18,613.53 


533. 


106% 


21,909. 


4,215.93 


103. 


49V4 


5,098. 


8,550.00 


480. 


22 V* 


6,750. 


6,550.00 


385 


24i/2 


5,390. 


13,951.70 


600. 


39i/8 


11,737. 


15,875.55 


127. 


3541/2 


18,434. 


16,858.65 


1,000. 


33i/8 


16,562. 


7,768.50 


450. 


36i/4 


7,250. 


10,818.24 


240. 


621/2 


12,500. 


. 5,730.00 


224. 


24 


4,896. 


7,842.80 


425. 


9414 


9,425. 


2,750.00 


140. 


25% 


2,575. 


4,587.75 


250. 


54 


5,400. 


6,989.62 


300. 


33% 


6,750. 


) 7,300.00 


340. 


751/2 


7,550. 


632.31 




45% 


958. 


7,639.25 


294. 


251/2 


7,497. 


6,916.69 


240. 


18% 


5,625. 


5,428.04 


200. 


501/2 


5,050. 


11,887.99 


475. 


54Y4 


11,487. 


6,023.36 


250 


66% 


6,795. 


12,700.00 


750. 


6 li/4 


12,250. 


12,069.64 


400. 


59 


11,800. 


13,188.68 


317. 


16.09 


12,582. 


5,925.00 


110. 


21% 


4,812. 


3,675.00 


55. 


741/2 


3,725. 


5,050.00 


120. 


16 


4,800. 



in 

A MOTION RELATING TO METHODIST FUND, INCORPORATED 

Acting under and by virtue of authority conferred by the Certificate of In- 
corporation of Methodist Fund Incorporated (#76304) under Article IX of 
said Certificate, the North Carolina Annual Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction 
of The Methodist Church does hereby direct that the members of the Corporation 
shall be until and unless the North Carolina Annual Conference, (Southeastern 
Jurisdiction) of The Methodist Church otherwise directs: 

(a) That person holding the office of Treasurer of the North Carolina Annual 
Conference (Southeastern Jurisdiction) of The Methodist Church: 

(b) That person holding the office of President of the Commission on 
World Service and Finance of the North Carolina Annual Conference (South- 



274 North Carolina Annual Conference 

eastern Jurisdiction) of The Methodist Church; 

(c) Three members elected by the Commission on World Service and Finance 
of the said North Carolina Annual Conference from the membership of the 
commission on World Service and Finance. 

(d) One member elected by the Conference Board of Pensions of said 
North Carolina Conference; 

(e) One member elected by the Board of Missions of said North Carolina 
Annual Conference; 

(f) One member elected by the Board of Trustees of said North Carolina 
Annual Conference; 

(g) One member elected by the Board of Education (said person to represent 
the interest of the several colleges) of the North Carolina Annual Conference; 

(h) One member elected by the Board of Hospitals and Homes (said person 
to represent the interest of the several Homes) of the North Carolina Annual 
Conference; 

(i) One member elected by the Methodist Home for Children, Incorporated, 
of Raleigh, N. C. Upon the unanimous consent of the present members of the 
Fund, the Methodist Home for Children may elect two members under this 
provision instead of the one as herein provided. 

(j) Three members elected by the Commission on World Service and Finance 
from the conference at large based upon their recognized ability in investments. 

The members elected by the various Boards may or may not be members 
of such Boards. 
Other provisions of Article IX are quoted for information: 

"Vacancies occurring in the membership shall be filled by the membership 
by majority vote. 

"Membership shall expire as soon after the quadrennial meeting of said 
North Carolina Annual Conference as a successor has been elected, except 
members elected by the membership on the happening of a vacancy shall expire 
upon the election of a successor, which may be done at the next regular meeting 
of the Board or Commission charged with the election of such member. 

"The North Carolina Annual Conference (Southeastern Jurisdiction) may 
provide other and different qualifications for membership in this Corporation." 

We, the undersigned, move the adoption of the foregoing for the purpose 
of obtaining broader representation in this our own investment corporation by 
Conference agencies having permanent funds for investment. 
Garland S. Garriss, President 
Commission on World Service & Finance 
Gurney P. Hood, President 
Methodist Fund, Incorporated 

rv 

AN AMENDMENT TO THE CHARTER. 
In order to faciliate the operation of the Gifts and Wills Department of 
the corporation, we request the conference to authorize an amendment to the 
charter as follows: 

All funds, properties, real and personal, tangible and intangible, given, 
divised or bequeathed to this corporation with directions to use, 
expend, or convey the same, shall be used, expended and conveyed in 
strict conformity with the requirements of such gifts, bequest or devise. 

Gurney P. Hood, President 
Marvin J. Cowell, Secretary 



Journal of Proceedings 275 

REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON WORSHIP 

The Annual Conference Commission on Worship was created by action of 
the 1956 Session of the North Carolina Annual Conference in Greenville, North 
Carolina. 

Although not a required Commission of the Annual Conference, the leaders 
of the organization felt it expedient to create a Commission of duly authorized 
persons who would serve as a Resource Group ready to provide guidance, infor- 
mation, training, and encouragement to all persons, groups, or churches anywhere 
in the Conference who might be concerned with the task of recovering our historic 
traditions in Methodist Worship. The Commission is especally concerned with the 
restoration of corporate worship to its proper place in the framework of our evan- 
gelical Protestantism. 

It is the contention of the Commission on Worship that, our contemporary 
Methodism has lost the fine art of corporate worship; morever, the Commission 
feels that the Church has deserted the historic norms and usages characteristic 
of historic Methodism. It should be observed that Methodism uniquely combines 
both form and freedom in worship within the framework of a theological emphasis 
on evangelism, personal religious experience, and the sacramental life. The aim 
of the Commission is not to dogmatize, propangandize, or agitate; rather, it wishes 
to provide a leaven of intelligent leadership and a source of information for those 
who wish to help in improving our common worship. 

The Commission on Worship hereby calls attention to the following basic 
principles of worship which ought to be sought and understood by ministers and 
laymen alike: 

1. The consciousness of the living God should determine the relevancy or 
irrelevancy of everything that is done in a public service of worship. 

2. Public worship is directed toward the living God as an objectve reality 
outside of and beyond ourselves; it is "unto Him." Its primary reference 
is not to man but to God. 

3. The congregation should participate actively in worship. 

4. Worship is activity within which preaching is to be regarded as a distinct 
function. 

5. The arts, especially architecture and music, have a distinct function in 
aiding worship. 

6. The final test of effective worship is the Christian effect upon the every- 
day life of the worshipper. 

To this end, the Commission on Worship suggests the following practical 
steps toward the recovery of effective Christian Worship. 

1. A Commission on Worship in every local church. 

2. The General Board of Education should be encouraged to create adequate 
Courses on Christian Worship in its Leadership Training Curriculum. 

3. The Vacation Church Schools and Confirmation Classes should give wide 
emphasis on training for worship. 

4. Every local church should plan a Christian Workers' School with a Course 
on Christian Worship. 

5. The Methodist Hymnal should be regularly used in every local church with 
a strong emphasis on the Wesleyan Hymns. 

6. Each pastor should preach annually a series of Sermons dealing with the 
fundamentals of corporate worship. 

7. Every pastor and every local church should re-emphasize Methodism's high 



276 Norm Carolina Annual Conference 

view of the Sacraments — Baptism, and Holy Communion. (The Commis- 
sion deplores the notion of the baptism of children as a mere christening, 
dedication, or as a training for parenthood). 

8. All pastors should encourage frequent celebrations of the Holy Commun- 
ion by shifting from the essentially Reformed idea of periodic Communion 
to the traditional schedule of Methodist ones. 

9. All new church buildings should be designed by Architects who know and 
appreciate the requirements for Christian Worship. 

1 0. The Commision strongly urges every pastor and every local church to em- 
phasize the high significance of the morning service of worship. This can 
be accomplished by remembering that the church School is the church at 
study: morning service is the church at worship. 

The Commission offers its service to the Conference in the humble hope that 
it may be of some help in guiding persons and congregations in the pursuit of 
scriptural holiness and its witness in the sacramental life of the Christian com- 
munity. 

V. E. Queen, Chairman 
C. H. Mercer, Secretary 



Journal of Proceedings 277 

SECTION V 

AMENDMENTS — RESOLUTIONS 

RESOLUTION CONCERNING LOUISBURG COLLEGE 

'RESOLVED, that the North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Church 
in session of said Conference duly called and held in the City of Wilson, N. C, 
on the 23-26 days of June, 1958, does hereby consent and give its permission to a 
conveyance by Louisburg College, to the First Citizens Bank and Trust Company, 
Trustees, by Trust Indenture dated as of the 1st day of January, 1958, securing 
$180,000 principal amount of Louisburg College Student Union Bonds of 1958 
of those two certain tracts of land, a part of the property of Louisburg College 
located in the City of Louisburg, Franklin County, North Carolina, described as 
follows: 

First 

The following described land and premises with all the buildings, additions 
and improvements now or hereafter located thereon and with the easements, rights, 
ways and appurtenances thereunto belonging or appertaining, situate and being in 
the City of Louisburg, Louisburg Township, Franklin County, State of North 
Carolina, the same being described and bounded as follows: 

BEGINNING AT A POINT IN A. W. Person's line, the said point being 702 
feet from the west edge of the sidewalk of North Main Street; thence a new line 
south 32 deg. 45 min. west 288.5 feet to a railroad spike in the ground; thence 
north 75 deg. 20 min. west 225.8 feet to a railroad spike in the ground; thence 
north 29 deg. east 271.4 feet to a stake in A. W. Person's line; thence along the 
A. W. Person line south 61 deg. 15 min. east 241 feet to the point of Beginning, 
as shown by survey of Phil R. Inscoe, Registered Surveyor, July 2, 1957; map of 
said survey entitled "Map of lot extracted from the original Louisburg College 
Campus as the site for building a new cafeteria"; said tract and the building to 
be erected thereon being herein referred to as the Project. 

Second 

The right to use perpetually for the purpose of ingress and egress, to pass and 
repass, by foot, with animals, with vehicles, with any and all loads, and for any 
and all purposes, by the grantee Trustee, its successors and assigns, its servants, 
agents, employees, tenants and invitees, in common with the College, that certain 
driveway adjacent to the above tract described as follows: 

BEGINNING at a point on the west property line of North Main Street, the 
southeast corner of the property of A. W. Person; runs thence north 61 deg. 15 min. 
west along A. W. Person's line 702 feet to a stake, the northeast corner of the new 
cafeteria lot, as surveyed by Phil R. Inscoe, Registered Land Surveyor, July 2, 1957; 
runs thence south 32 deg. 45 min. west along the line of the new cafeteria lot 50 
feet to a point; runs thence south 61 deg. 15 min. east 702 feet, more or less, to a 
point on the western property line of North Main Street; runs thence in a north- 
eastern direction along the western property line of North Main Street 50 feet to the 
Beginning; being a strip of land lying along the northern property line of the pro- 
perty of Louisburg College and east of the new cafeteria building site. 

RESOLVED FURTHER, that this consent and permission be evidenced of 
record by an instrument in writing from the Trustees of the North Carolina An- 
nual Conference of The Methodist Church (who are hereby authorized to execute 
and deliver the same) to the First Citizens Bank and Trust Company, as Trustees 



278 Nosth Carolina Annual Conference 

under said Indenture hereinbefore referred to, granting on behalf of the Confer- 
ence the consent and permission to make said conveyance to the Trustees, and 
quitclaiming any rights which the Conference might have in the lands therein 
described insofar as said Trustee, its successors and assigns are concerned.' " 

Henry G. Ruark 

W. Carleton Wilson 

C W. Goldston 



RESOLUTION CONCERNING LOUISBURG COLLEGE TRUSTEES 

Resolved, that the North Carolina Conference, SEJ, of the Methodist Church 
hereby authorizes the Trustees of Louisburg College to adopt and enforce a rule 
that, if a member of the Board of Trustees fails to attend four consecutive regular 
meetings of the Board, he shall be removed; and replaced by a trustee elected by 
the said North Carolina Conference. 

Henry G. Ruark 
Robert W. Bradshaw 
Warren B. Petteway 



RESOLUTION CONCERNING NUMBERING SYSTEM OF 
INDIVIDUAL CHURCHES 

Over a period of years, we have discovered the individual churches of the 
North Carolina Annual Conference are frequently changed from charge to charge 
and even district to district. Numerous churches bear the same name even within 
the same county, thus making the process of absolute identification even more 
difficult over this period of years. 

In order that each church in the North Carolina Annual Conference of The 
Methodist Church may be perpetually identifiable, we recommend that the North 
Carolina Annual Conference in session at Wilson, June 23, 1958, endorse the fol- 
lowing Numbering System as the official identifying classificaton number for each 
church within the bounds of the conference. As these numbers are recorded in sub- 
sequent Journals, no matter where a church may be situated with regard to charge 
or district, that specific church and its record can be readily located by research 
students within or outside of the annual conference. 

This system has been carefully studied by the Board of Missions, the Town 
and Country Commission, the Conference Secretary, the Conference Statistician 
and the Conference Treasurer. It is our firm belief that such an endorsement would 
make possible a substantial improvement in the statistical reports of our 
conference, at least as it relates to long-range planning and study. 

For these and other reasons, we recommend that this system be accepted by 
the conference and made official by its actions at this session. 

Thomas A. Collins, Executive Secretary 

Board of Missions. 

Marvin J. Cowell, Conference Treasurer. 

Key W. Taylor, Chairman 

Town and Country Commission 

D. D. Traynham, Conference Statistician 

W. C. Wilson, Conference Secretary 



Journal of Proceedings 279 

A RESOLUTION CONCERNING MERGER OF BOARDS: WORLD PEACE, 
TEMPERANCE, AND SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS 

Whereas, the Discipline, paragraph 276 authorizes the establishment of a Com- 
mission on Christian Social Relations in each local church, with committees on 
Temperance, World Peace, and Social-Economic Relations; and 
Whereas, guidance and stimulation in Social Relations will be more effective if 
unified at the Conference level; and 

Whereas, the biblical and theological foundations for all the areas of social concern 
are the same; and 

Whereas, a strong voice is needed within our Conference in all areas of Social 
Concern 

^THEREFORE, be it resolved that the North Carolina Annual Conference, 
Southeastern Jurisdiction, of the Methodist Church hereby request the Conference 
Boards of Temperance, World Peace, and Social-Economic Relations to cooperate 
in educational efforts of mutual concern; to formulate plans for merging beginning 
with the new quadrennium, 1960-64; these plans to be presented to the Annual 
Conference of 1959. 

* "FURTHERMORE, we hereby memorialize the General Conference of The 
Methodist Church to be held in 1960 to provide for the unification of programs 
for Temperance, World Peace, and Social and Economic Relations at the General 
Conference, Annual Conference, and Local Church level, with provision for Dis- 
trict Directors of Social Relations. 

D. W. Charlton 

T. J. Whitehead 

Troy J. Barrett 

C. P. Morris 

(And many other names) 

*The following substitute resolution relating to the first part of the foregoing, 
was offered by D. W. Charlton. 

"Be it resolved that the resolution concerning the merging of the Board of 
Temperance, Board of Social and Economic Relations, and the Committee on 
World Peace, be referred to the above named bodies for further study and con- 
sideration." 

The Charlton substitute resolution was adopted and referred. 
"On a point of order raised by A. J. Walton and sustained by the chair, a motion 
to refer this part of the resolution to the Committee on Memorials was made, 
seconded, and adopted. 
This part of the resolution was referred to the Committee on Memorials. 

RESOLUTION OF GRATITUDE 

Be it resolved that we, the clerical and lay members of the 123rd session of 
N. C. Conference do hereby record and express our heart felt appreciation: 

1. To the entertainment committee of the First Methodist Church of Wilson for 
the many hours of planning which have been necessary to provide so many courtes- 
ies and comfortable arrangements. We especially thank the Reverend Robert W. 
Bradshaw for the kind, patient, and brotherly way he has performed as host-pastor 
to the Conference, and to Dr. W. C. Ball, host District Superintendent for his help- 
ful contributions to the success of the Conference. 



280 North Carolina Annual Conference 

2. To Mrs. L. T. Tharrington, soloist of Tarboro, Mrs. Fred Hurley and Mrs. 
Rhett Dove, soloists of this church, First Methodist Choir, the Chorus from the 
Methodist Children's Home, for the inspiring music they provided. We appreciate 
the faithfulness of Mrs. E. T. Stallings, organist, who has been at the console for 
all sessions. 

3. To all the lovely homes of Wilson, and nearby communities, for opening their 
doors to entertain us so cordially. 

4. To the Wilson Daily Times and the News and Observer and N. C. Christian 
Advocate for publishing the proceedings of the Conference in such a generous way. 
We wish to thank especially reporters, Dallas Mallison, Vernon Monton, James 
Bradshaw, Miss Jane Hall, DeWayne Walls, and Dr. R. P. Marshall. 

5. To the Ship n' Shore, M & J, Rainbow Restaurants, Howard Johnson's 
Restaurant, the Cherry Hotel, Winstead Methodist Church, First Baptist and 
First Christian Churches, the management of the Moose Hall, and to Parker's 
Barbecue for serving delicious meals. 

6. To the Program Committee for bringing to us Bishops Edwin E. Voigt, S. K. 
Mondol. Fred P. Corson, W. W. Peele; Drs. J. Manning Potts, Harry Denman, C. 
C. Bell, A. Purnell Bailey; Revs. L. O. Leet and Douglas E. Moore whose messages 
challenged and inspired us. 

7. To Mr. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Conference Lay Leader and his associates, and 
Mr. A. G. Jefferson, Lay Leader of the Virginia Conference, for their devotion 
to and timely presentation of the program of the Board of Lay Activities. 

8. To the ladies of this Church who served at the coffee hour, and also served 
in so many other capacities to make pleasant and effective the work of the Con- 
ference. 

9. To the ushers, and pages who served this Conference in such a genial manner. 

10. To the custodians on whom we have so much imposed. 

11. To Mr. A. R. White, manager of the Methodist Publishing House and his 
associates, for the cordial atmosphere of the Book Room. 

12. To the city of Wilson and the Police Department in providing courtesy park- 
ing. 

13. To the Rev. W. C. Wilson, Conference Secretary, and his associates, who have 
dispatched the work of the Conference so efficiently. Our thanks to the Rev. E. L. 
Earnhardt and the Rev. L. T. Wilson for recording the Conference by tape, and for 
helping with the Public Address System. 

14. To the Rev. D. D. Traynham and his associates for the many hours of faith- 
ful work they have done in preparing the statistical report. 

15. To Bishop Paul N. Garber, for the brotherly manner in which he has expedit- 
ed the work of the Conference with his usual discernment, judgment, and sterling 
leadership, who has guided our progress with unerring directness into successful 
and satisfying attainment of our objectives, we tender our most genuine gratitude. 

16. To the Conference Boards and their lay and clerical staffs whose devoted and 
efficient conduct of their responsibilities have made and enhanced the Conference 
progress. 

17. As we now approach the close of this 123rd session of our Conference, let us 



Journal of Proceedings 281 

give thanks to our Heavenly Father for His divinely instituted Church and for the 
high privilege which is ours to devote our lives to its service. 

The Committee on Resolutions 

And References 

J. V. Early, Chairman 

C. E. Jordan 

J. N. Gibson, Jr. 

T. W. Heath, Jr. 

Julian Aldridge 

C. H. Mercer 

L. A. Aitken 

Leon Couch 

A. F. Fisher 



282 North Carolina Annual Conference 



SECTION VI 



FINANCIAL EXHIBITS 

1. A Statement by the Conference Treasurer, Marvin J. Cowell 

2. Treasurer's Statement of Board Operations 

3. Auditor's Report on Examination 

4. Other Financial Exhibits: 

a) Camp Don Lee 

b) Methodist Youth Assemblies 

c) Pastor's School 

d) Wesley Foundation Commission 

** Financial Exhibits not shown in Section VI, appear with 
Agency Report in Section IV. (Editor) 



Journal of Proceedings 283 

1. A Statement by the Conference Treasurer 

The report of funds received from the Conference year is indeed gratifying 
; when we consider the trend of general business during the greater part of the Con- 
ference year. The reversal of the trend and the present outlook for farm production 
1 and crop prices offer the prospect of our economy being better than even our 
optimists had anticipated. 

The total payment of apportionments and Benevolence acceptances was 96.3% 
I — about 1 % less than the preceding year. All benevolence funds received full pay- 
ment by making transfers of about $3200. from funds on hand. We regret the non- 
! payment amounting to 3.7% of the total and suggest that in some instances the 
j officials of the churches involved may wish to make delayed remittance of these 
I items to fully discharge their obligation. We also suggest that plans be made to 
meet future commitments in full so that our Conference reports may closely ap- 
; proach 100% of full payment. 

Our giving in many instances represents sacrifice but it helps us to grow in 
I grace. Our appreciation goes to all who have participated. 

Also to be remembered are the people, both laymen and ministers, who are 

sharing time and money with the Church in the conduct of Conference activities 

and the financial program. We appreciate their faithful service. Their work more 

' than ours is responsible for the progress made in the management of our Confer- 

! ence finances. To all such persons including the members of our staff we say 

i sincerely, Thank you and may God Bless you. 

Marvin J. Cowell, 
Treasurer. 



2. Treasurer's Statement of Board Operations 

The Commission on World Service and Finance July 31, 1958 

North Carolina Conference of 
The Methodist Church, S. E. J., 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

.Gentlemen: 

I present herewith my report on the operations of the various boards, and 
committees, the funds of which are handled in the Central Treasurer's office, for 
I the 1957-58 Conference Year ended June 30, 1958, consisting of the schedules 
i as set forth in the index which follows. 

These statements have been examined by A. M. Pullen & Company, Certified 
Public Accountants, Raleigh, North Carolina, in connection with their annual 
, audit of our accounts and are presented in summary form in Exhibit "B" of their 
.report which is published in the Conference Journal. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Marvin J. Cowell, 
Treasurer. 



1 



Journal of Proceedings 285 

INDEX 

June 30, 1958 
Schedule 

A Benevolences, Fund No. 7 

B Episcopal Fund 

C District Superintendents Fund 

D Conference Board of Pensions 

E Ministers Retirement Fund 

F Board of Education 

G College Sustaining Fund 

H Golden Cross Fund 

I Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. 

J Board of Missions 

J-l Board of Missions — Allocations to Districts 

K Miscellaneous Boards and Committees 

The Advance Committee 

College Board of Visitors 

Board of Hospitals and Homes 

Board of Lay Activities 

Board of Social and Economic Relations 

Board of Temperance 

Quadrennial Commission on Local Church Emphasis 

Television, Radio and Film Commission 
L Miscellaneous Boards and Committees 

Long Range Planning Committee 

Church Extension Survey Committee 

Co-ordinating Council 

North Carolina Historical Society 

Committee on World Peace 

Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications 

Commission on Christian Vocations 

Committee on Promotion and Cultivation 

Commission on Worship 
M Conference Administration 
N Board of Evangelism, Inter-Board Ministry, Town & Country 

Commission 
O Board of Trustees, Pastors School 

P Conference Reserve and Unallocated Funds 

Q College Capital Fund Campaign 

R Commission on Christian Higher Education 

S Methodist College Foundation of North Carolina, Inc. 

T Methodist Fund Incorporated 

U Schedule of Investments 



286 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Schedule A. 
BENEVOLENCES FUND No. 7 

EXHIBIT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

For Conference Year Ended June 30, 1958 
Income : 

Income from charges $ 992,854.41 

Contingency Fund 10,000.00 

Transfer from Unallocated Funds 908.15 

Transfer from Conference Reserve Fund 2,289.65 



$1,006,052.21 



Distribution : 

A. General World Service $ 143,342.00 

B. General Administration Fund 8,070.00 

C. Interdenominational Cooperation 6,389.00 

D. Southeastern Jurisdiction Conference Budget 9,906.00 

E. Conference Program — Administration 

Education — Local Church Division $ 37,725.00 

Evangelism 15,000.00 

Lay Activities 4,000.00 

Ministerial Training 500.00 

Temperance 4,300.00 

Christian Vocations 1,000.00 

Church Extension Research, Plan. & Survey 500.00 

(Board of Missions) 

Local Church Emphasis 500.00 

Promotion and Cultivation 2,000.00 

Television, Radio and Film 1,000.00 

Town and Country 14,000.00 

Worship 300.00 

Conference Long-Range Planning 200.00 

Co-ordinating Council 500.00 

N. C. Conference Historical Society 200.00 

N. C. Pastors School 400.00 

Duke Supply Pastor's School (Scholarships) 1,500.00 

Contingency Fund 10,000.00 

* Annual Conference Entertainment 5,646.92 

Conference Minutes and Printing 7,000.00 

Secretarial help, office expense, Conf. Secretary _ 900.00 

Salary for Conference Secretary 600.00 

Statistician 400.00 

Conference Treasurer's Office Budget 18,925.00 

Conference Printing 500.00 127,596.92 

F. Annual Conference Benevolences 

Methodist Home for Children (see reports 1 & 2) 169,678.00 

Church Extension (see reports 1 & 2) 130,200.00 

College Sustaining Fund 250,000.00 

Conference Youth Camps (Admin. Bd. of Edu.) _ 26,300.00 

Golden Cross Fund 26,300.00 

Methodist Retirement Homes, Incorporated 55,000.00 

Wesley Foundation Commission 17,500.00 

Inter-Conference Comm. Student Religious Work 

for Wesley Foundation Building 12,000.00 

Methodist Student Center, East Carolina College 5,800.00 

(Expense $800, Debt $1,000, Building $4,000) 

N. C. Council of Churches 1,800.00 694,578.00 

G. Supplementary Budget Items (Contingency Fund) 

Board of Evangelism $ 3,200.00 

Board of Education 2,300.00 

Journal (Balance of cost) 269.31 

Commission on Promotion & Cultivation 700.00 



Journal of Proceedings 287 

Adding Machine (electric) for Conf. Statistician _ 259.38 

Conference Printing Expense 1,475.26 

Balance Equipment Loan 3,057.68 

World Service and Finance-Mid-year meeting ___ 60.00 

Treasurer's Office Budget 2,230.00 

Study Report Methodist Home for Children 2,618.66 16,170.29 

$1,006,052.21 



Schedule B 



EPISCOPAL FUND 
INCOME, DISTRIBUTION, AND FUND BALANCE 

For the 1957-58 Conference year ended June 30, 1958 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1957: $ 

Income: 

Income from charges 30,122.09 

TOTAL 30,122.09 

Distribution : 

Thomas B. Lugg, Treasurer, Episcopal Fund $ 29,213.94 

Transfer to Unallocated Funds 908.15 

TOTAL 30,122.09 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1958: ~$ 



Schedule C 
DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS FUND 

INCOME, EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 

For the 1957-58 Conference year ended June 30, 1958 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1957: $ 50,918.01 

Income: 

From Charges 82,561.90 

TOTAL $ 133,479.91 

Expense: 

Salaries and expenses— nine District Superintendents $ 72,000.36 

Total Expenses 72,000.36 

,Fund Balance— June 30, 1958: $ 61,479.5 5 

Consisting of: 

Balance with Conference Treasurer $ 61,479.55 



Schedule D 
CONFERENCE BOARD OF PENSIONS 

INCOME, EXPENSE OR DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1957-58 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1958 

[Fund Balance— July 1, 1957 $ 405,502.81 

income : 

From Charges $234,924.93 

Conference Board of Trustees 3,500.00 

Wills & Bequests 2,900.00 

Methodist Publishing House 7,113.70 



288 North Carolina Annual Conference 

The General Board of Pensions 

Charter Fund 1958 80.00 

Superannuate Endowment Fund (1958) (Missouri 

Corp. Capital Account) ($80,154.91 — 4 y 4 % ) 3,907.55 

Clearing House 2,250.00 

General Fund 1958 6,556.38 

Dividends from Methodist Fund Incorporated 8,189.51 

Total Income ~~~ ~ $ 269,422.07 



Total $ 674,924.; 



Distribution and Expense 

Superannuates (78) (Includes $264.00 Relief) $126,590.25 

Widows (96) 77,310.71 

Dependent Children (9) 1,830.00 

Special Conference Claimants (4) (Includes 

$600.00 Relief) 3,068.00 

Board Expense 700.38 

Total Expense $ 209,499.34 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1958 

Consisting of: 

Balance with Conference Treasurer $258,773.93 

Other Items 

Accounts Receivable 8,189.51 

Checking Account 14,462.10 

Investments: Methodist Fund Incorporated 184,000.00 



$ 465,425.54 



Note: 

Conference Claimants annuities are paid monthly. 



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Schedule F 
BOARD OF EDUCATION 

INCOME, EXPENSE OR DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1957-58 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1958. 

Local 

Church Leadership Youth 

Total Division Training Camps 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1957 $ 74,816.49 $48,513.34 $10,003.15 $16,300.00 

Income : 

1957-58 Apportionment 66,325.00 40,025.00 26,300.00 

1957-58 from Charges 9,166.24 9,166.24 

Interest 234.50 234.50 

Other Income 198.81 198.81 

Total Income $ 75,924.55 $40,458.31 $ 9,166.24 $26,300.00 

Total $150,741.04 $88,971.65 $19,169.39 $42,600.00 

Expense 

Salaries $ 25,699.92 $25,699.92 $ $ 

House Rent 3,900.00 3,900.00 

Station Wagon 2,000.00 2,000.00 

Staff Travel 3,002.60 3,002.60 

Office Expense 1,713.93 1,713.93 

Postage 553.00 553.00 

Conference Speaker Expense 210.99 210.99 

Telephone & Telegraph 519.40 519.40 

Furnishings & Equipment 1,479.24 1,479.24 

Resource Material 349.69 349.69 

Library 113.85 113.85 

Miscellaneous Expense 158.94 158.94 

Inter-Board Ministry to Declining 

Churches 500.00 500.00 

Small Church Project 60.00 60.00 

Honorarium Leadership Trng. School 2,905.00 2,905.00 

District Work 451.98 451.98 

Children's Work 61.13 61.13 

Adult Work 540.90 540.90 

Extra Secretarial Help 113.00 113.00 

Rally Day Promotion 96.00 96.00 

General Training 3,265.85 3,265.85 

Literature for new church sch. 61.92 61.92 

Social Security — employer 218.15 218.15 

Camp Don Lee 5,000.00 5,000.1 

Camp Chestnut Ridge 1,500.00 1,500.1 

Methodist Youth Assemblies 400.00 400.1 

Camp Don Lee Chuck Wagon 1,500.00 1,500.1 

Total Expenses $ 56,375.49 $39,919.71 $ 8,055.78 $ 8,400.1 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1958 $ 94,365.55 $49,051.94 $11,113.61 $34,200.1 

Consisting of: 

Balance with Conference Treas. $ 83,180.25 

Other Items: 

Home Savings & Loan 451.31 

Checking Account 4,217.99 

Invested Funds 6,700.00 

Reserve for Social Sec. (375.89) 

Due from Commission on 

Christian Higher Education 191.89 

$ 94,365.55 



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Schedule H 
GOLDEN CROSS FUND 

INCOME, EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1957-58 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1958 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1957 $40,049.14 

Income : 

From Charges $26,300.00 

Interest Income 433.09 

Total Income $26,733.09 

Total $66,782.23 

Expenses: 

*Duke Hospital (46 Patients) $ 7,479.00 

Other Hospitals: 

Burlington District (20 Patients) 2,818.95 

Durham District (18 Patients) 2,551.30 

Elizabeth City District (18 Patients) 2,201.45 

Fayetteville District (40 Patients) 5,515.20 

Goldsboro District (12 Patients) 1,479.00 

New Bern District (27 Patients) 3,202.80 

Raleigh District (19 Patients) 2,604.00 

Rocky Mount District (28 Patients) 3,447.65 

Wilmington District (17 Patients) 1,534.30 

Student Chaplain Program — Duke 3,099.96 

Blue Cross Expense 429.11 

Miscellaneous Administrative 123.68 

Total Expenses $36,486.4 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1958 $30,295.8 

Consisting of: 

Balance with Conference Treasurer $26,300.0 

Other Items: 
Checking Account 3,995.8 

$30,295.* 
Total 245 patients @ $148.93 per patient 
By districts: 

*Burlington 4, Durham 7, Elizabeth City 0, Fayetteville 7, Goldsboro 3, New Bern 
Raleigh 2, Rocky Mount 13, Wilmington 5. 

MINISTERS BLUE CROSS PLAN 
INCOME, AND DISTRIBUTION 

For 1957-58 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1958 

Balance with Current Funds— July 1, 1957 $ 2,724. 

Income : 

From Ministers (277 ministers participating) $23,766.55 

Total Income 23,766 

Total $26,491 

Distribution 

Hospital Care Association, Inc. $21,473.70 

Total Distribution $21,473! 

Balance Due from Current Funds — June 30, 1958 $ 5,017; 



Journal of Proceedings 293 

Schedule I 

METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INCORPORATED 

INCOME, EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 

For the Conference Year Ended June 30, 1958 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1957 $122,271.36 

[ncome : 

Prom Charges $55,000.00 

Mothers Day Offering 14,100.74 

Sale of Raleigh District Home 4,125.00 

Wills & Bequests 2,900.00 

Contributions — Individuals 4,344.29 

Receipts— Other 736.90 



Total Income $ 81,206.93 

Total $203,478.29 



Expenses: 

Mortgage payment $20,000.00 

Interest on mortgage 7,425.00 

Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc., Durham 

Architect $14,016.77 

Building in process 37,769.54 

Administrative 8,603.58 60,389.89 

Total Expenses $ 87,814.: 



'und Balance— June 30, 1958 $115,663.40 



Consisting of : 

Balance with Conference Treasurer $ 69,100.74 

Other Items: 

Checking Account 3,247.66 

Invested funds — Stocks (Book Value)— gifts 43,315.00 

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Schedule N 
BOARD OF EVANGELISM, INTER BOARD MINISTRY 
AND TOWN & COUNTRY COMMISSION 
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For 1957-58 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1958 



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Fund Balance— July 1, 1957 $11,681.38 $ $15,624.41 

Income : 

1957-58 Apportionment from World Service 15,000.00 14,000.00 

Supplementary Appropriation 3,200.00 

Board of Education 500.00 

Board of Evangelism 500.00 

Board of Missions 500.00 

Commission on Town & Country 500.00 



Total Income $18,200.00 $ 2,000.00 $14,000.00 



Total $29,881.38 $ 2,000.00 $29,624.41 



Expenses : 

Salary— Chairman or Director 7,500.00 $ $ 1,500.00 

House Allowance — Director 1,500.00 

Salary — Director Field Work 

Travel — Officers 

Expense — Officers 

Travel & Expense Comm. Meetings 

Office Supplies 

Secretarial Assistance 

Postage 

Delegates to Meetings or Conf. 1,250.00 

Equipment 

Inter-Board Ministry 

Evangelistic Work 

Program 

School of Evangelism 

Research & Publishing 

Speakers for Conferences 167.01 

Rent for Office Space 

Young Adult Work 25.05 

Evangelism & Spiritual Life 155.34 

District Promotion 450.00 

Pastors Retreat 342.50 

Youth Missions 78.64 

Literature 68.99 

Preaching -Teaching Missions 543.01 

District Clinic Expense 456.52 







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Fund Balance— June 30, 1958 $15,018.90 $ 306.48 $17,184.92 



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306 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Schedule O 

CONFERENCE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

INCOME, DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1957-58 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1958 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1957 $10,423.10 

Income: 

Methodist Fund Incorporated Dividends 9,041.85 

Total Income $ 9,041.85 

Total $19,464.95 

Distribution : 

Board of Pensions -_ $ 3,500.00 

Methodist Fund Incorporated Investments 6,923.10 

Total Expense $10,423.10 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1958 $ 9,041.85 

Consisting of: 

Cash Balance with Conference Treasurer $ 9,041.85 

(Invested Funds — Methodist Fund Incorporated $204,636.91) 

PASTOR'S SCHOOL 
INCOME, DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1957-58 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1958 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1957 $ 

Income : 

Apportionment from World Service 

Duke Supply Pastor's School $ 1,500.00 

N. C. Pastors School 400.00 

Total Income $ 1.900.00 

Total $ 1,900.00 

Distribution: 

Duke Supply Pastor's School $ 1,500.00 

N. C. Pastor's School 400.00 

Total Distribution $ 1,900.00 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1958 $ 



Schedule P 
CONFERENCE RESERVE, UNALLOCATED FUNDS AND 
CONTINGENCY FUND 
INCOME, DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1957-58 Conference Year ended June 30, 1958. 

Contingency Unallocated Conference 

Totals Fund Funds Reserve 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1957 $33,664.97 $33,664.97 

Income: 

By appropriation 10,000.00 $10,000.00 

Transfer from Episcopal 
Fund of excess of income 
over apportionment 908.15 $ 908.15 $ 



Journal of Proceedings 307 

Interest on Investments of 

Central Funds 28,907.43 28,907.43 

Total Income $39,815.58 $10,000.00 $ 908.15 $28,907.43 

TOTAL $73,480.55 $10,000.00 $ 908.15 $62,572.40 

Distribution: 

To World Service and 

Annual Conference Benevolences 
to cover excess of apportionments 
over income 13,197.80 10,000.00 908.15 2,289.65 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1958 $60,282.75 $ $ $60,282.75 

(Exhibit "B") 

Consisting of: 

Balance with Conference Treasurer $60,282.75 $ $ $60,282.75 



Schedule Q 
COLLEGE CAPITAL FUND CAMPAIGN 

INCOME, EXPENSE, AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1957-58 Conference Year Ended, June 30, 1958 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1957 $ 

Income : 

Contributions (Individuals) $ 3,380.00 



Total Income $ 3,380.00 

Total $ 3,380.00 

Expenses: 

Ward, Dreshman, Reinhart $ 35,125.00 

Rentals Paid 812.68 

Salaries 2,037.86 

Administrative Expenses 282.62 

Stationery & Supplies 689.44 

Postage 145.55 

Telephone & Utilities 360.47 

Travel Expense 127.73 

Equipment 4,922.10 

Interest 1,469.67 

Total Expense $ 45,973.12 



I'Fund Balance— June 30, 1958 $(42,593.12) 



(Consisting of: 

Checking Account $ 2,421.68 

Less Notes Payable (45,000.00) 

Less Reserve for Taxes ( 14.80) 

$(42,593.12) 



308 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Schedule R 
COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 
INCOME, EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1957-58 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1958 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1957 $ 

Income : 

Appropriation from College Sustaining Fund $ 16,750.00 

Total Income $ 16,750.00 

Total $ 16,750.00 

Expenses : 

Executive Director — Salary 8,000.04 

Executive Director — Housing 1,500.00 

Executive Director — Travel 1,611.29 

Executive Director — Lodging & Meals 279.99 

Secretarial Expenses 946.24 

Office Rent 362.50 

Telephone 315.13 

Supplies 484.78 

Printing 2.00 

Postage 139.17 

Publicity 82.10 

Travel, expense — Committee Meeting 62.05 

Miscellaneous expense 52.23 

Equipment 2,599.86 

Social Security 19.06 

Total Expense $ 16,456.44 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1958 $ 293.56 

Consisting of : 

Balance with Conference Treasurer $ 485.45 

Due to Board of Education for 

Social Security & Withholding Tax ( 191.89) 

$ 293.56 



Journal of Proceedings 309 

Schedule S 
THE METHODIST COLLEGE FOUNDATION OF NORTH CAROLINA, INC. 
INCOME, EXPENSE OR DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1957-58 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1958 





1 


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Fund Balance — July 1, 1957 


$ 58,794.97 


$ 4,759.51 


$ 53,442 


Income : 









593.08 



Colleges 

Duke University $ 1,645.00 $ 1,645.00 $ $ 

Brevard College 00. 00. 

Louisburg College 1,530.00 1,530.00 

Greensboro College 2,098.33 2,098.33 

High Point College 1,632.00 1,632.00 

Rent 450.00 450.00 

1957-58 United College App. ___ 60,000.00 60,000.00 

Contributions 6,445.20 5,015.20 1,430.00 



Total Income ._$ 73,800.53 $ 7,355.33 $65,015.20 $ 1,430.00 



Total $132,595.50 $ 12,114.84 $118,457.58 $ 2,023.08 



Expense or Distribution : 

Scholarships $ 1,512.33 $ $ $ 1,512.33 

Salaries 3,346.05 3,346.05 

Office— Rent, Lights & Water _ 1,373.96 1,373.96 

Travel 271.26 271.26 

Telephone & Telegraph 248.86 248.86 

Stationery, Printing & 

Office Supplies 274.83 274.83 

Bookkeeping Services 300.00 300.00 

Employers Social Security 74.23 74.23 

Miscellaneous Expense 274.10 274.10 

Disbursements to Colleges: 

Louisburg College 16,073.55 16,073.55 

High Point College 24,291.89 24,291.89 

Greensboro College 16,642.04 16,642.04 

Brevard CoUege 21,255.40 21,255.40 



Total Expense or 

Distribution __$ 85,938.50 $ 6,163.29 $ 78,262.88 $ 1,512.33 



Fund Balance— June 30, 1958 $ 46,657.00 $ 5,951.55 $ 40,194.70 $ 510.75 



Consisting of: 

Balance with Conference 

Treasurer $ 39,469.54 $ $ 39,469.54 $ 

Other Items: 

Checking Account 6,618.52 6,107.77 510.75 

Remittance in transit 725.16 725.16 

Accounts Payable ( 156.22) ( 156.22) 



$ 46,657.00 $ 5,951.55 $ 40,194.70 $ 510.75 



310 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Schedule T 
METHODIST FUND INCORPORATED 

Annual Report — June 30, 1958 

Re-invested earnings: July 1, 1957 $ 14,617.50 

Income: 

♦Dividends and interest $ 40,332.72 

Contribution 85.00 

Gains on Sales of Securities (net) 2,863.38 



Total Income 43,281.10 

Total $ 57,898.60 

♦Includes income earned but not received $4785.00 
Expense and Distributions: 
Expenses 

Interest $ 31.25 

Moody's Service 1,245.00 

Other investment expenses 201.31 



1,477.55 
Distribution: Dividends on Capital Units 

834,594 @ 4.5tf per unit 37,556.73 

Total Expense and Distribution $ 39,034.28 



Reinvested earnings June 30, 1958: $ 18,864.32 

ASSETS 

Net appraisal value of securities (per report) $932,580.00 

Cash for investment 10,811.58 



$943,391.58 



LIABILITIES 
Dividends payable July 23, 1958—834,594 Capital Units @ 4.5<* 
Units 

306,467 Central Funds 13,791.01 

181,989 Pension Fund 8,189.51 

145,208 Ministers Retirement Fund 6,534.36 

200,930 Board of Trustees 9,041.85 

37,556.73 

Equity to owners of Capital Units 905,834.85 

$943,391.58 
Statement of Ownership of Capital Units 

Present 
Capital Subscription Appraised 

Units Price Value Appreciation 

Central Funds 306,467 310,000. 332,623. 22,623. 

Pension Fund 181,989 184,000. 197,522. 13,522. 

Ministers Retirement Fund 145,208 146,000. 157,602. 11,602. 

Board of Trustees 200,930. 204,636. 218,079. 13,443. 



TOTALS 834,594 844,636. 905,826. 61,190. 

Appraised Value $1.08535 per capital unit. 

MARVIN J. COWELL, Treasurer 



Journal of Proceedings 



METHODIST FUND INCORPORATED 
SCHEDULE OF INVESTMENTS 



June 30, 1958 

SUMMARY Cost 

Total Bonds and Debentures $106,745.26 

5.10% 
Total Preferred Stocks 71,486.90 

4.63% 
Total Utilities— Common 214,774.95 

5.11 % 
Total Railroad — Common 4,075.12 

9.82% 
Total Industrial— Common 250,550.13 

4.17% 
Total Trusts, Insurance & Banks 27,838.68 

2.17% 
TOTAL SECURITIES 675,471.04 

4.62% 
TOTAL REAL ESTATE LOANS 209,960.58 

4.89% 
COMBINED TOTALS 885,431.62 

4.68% 

Realized Capital Gain 

Reserve for Investment 10,811.58 

Dow- Jones Averages: 

Industrials 478.18; Utilities 78.92; Railroads 118.75 



311 
Schedule T (1) 



Amt. 

5M 

1M 
10M 
10M 
10M 
10M 
10M 
10M 
20M 
10M 
10M 

100 
50 
100 
100 
200 
100 
150 

307 
100 
300 
611 



Issue Cost 

Bonds and Debentures 

American Discount 5.90% $ 5,000.00 

Amer. Tel & Tel 4.25%'73 cv 1,000.00 

Atlantic Refin. 4.50%'87 cv 10,525.00 

ElPaso Natl Gas '77 5.25% cv 10,362.50 

Foremost Dairies 4.50% 180 10,301.93 

General Motors Ace. '77 5% 9,750.00 

General Motors Ace. 4% 179 9,850.00 

Olin Math. Chem. '82 5.5% 10,000.00 

Sperry Rand '82 5.50 ww 20,000.00 

Tenn. Gas Transm '77 5.25% 10,005.83 

Transcon. Gas P. L. '78 6.125 9,950.00 

Preferred Stocks 

Consolidated Edison 5% 10,995.95 

Eagle Stores 6% 5,000.00 

General Mills 5% 12,147.10 

Radio Corp. of Amer. 3.50% 8,743.85 

Reynolds Metals Co. 4.75% 10,000.00 

Tenn. Gas Transm. 4.50% cv 9,250.00 

Transcontinental Gas 4.90% 15,350.00 

Utilities — Common 

American Electric Power $10,900.00 

American Tel & Tel 17,000.00 

Baltimore Gas & Electric 10,371.39 

Carolina Power & Light 14,948.63 

Columbia Gas System 13,384.65 



Income 


Value 


$ 5,449. 


$113,517. 
4.80% 


3,310. 


67,337. 
4.91% 


10,993. 


255,477. 
4.30% 


400. 


4,950. 
8.08% 


10,442. 


255,290. 
4.09% 


605. 


26,049. 
2.32% 


31,199. 


722,620. 
4.31% 


10,267. 


209,960. 
4.89% 


41,466. 


932,580. 

4.45% 

3,333. 





Appraisal 


Income 


Market 


Value 


295. 


98. 


$ 4,900. 


42. 


136% 


1,367. 


450. 


109% 


10,975. 


525. 


112 


11,200. 


450. 


95 


9,500. 


500. 


111% 


11,150. 


400. 


101 


10,100. 


550. 


102 % 


10,225. 


1,100. 


115% 


23,100. 


525. 


104 y 2 


10,450. 


612. 


105 


10,550. 


500. 


107% 


10,775. 


300. 


100 


5,000. 


500. 


113% 


11,387. 


350. 


72% 


7,275. 


475. 


46% 


9,300. 


450. 


99% 


9,950. 


735. 


91 


13,650. 


491. 


42% 


$ 13,163. 


900. 


179 


17,900. 


540. 


41 


12,300. 


806. 


31% 


19,170. 


800. 


19% 


15,500. 



$12 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Appraisal 

Ami. Utilities— Common (Continued) Cost Income Market Value 

300 Consolidated Natural Gas 13,461.90 600. 47% 14,212. 

100 Florida Power & Light 4,964.63 140. 68% 6,725. 

390 General Telephone 11,550.00 780. 49 7 / 8 19,451. 

200 Houston Lighting & Power 11,293.86 320. 55% 11,175. 

500 Middle South Utilities 14,961.55 900. 42% 21,187. 

700 Minnesota Power & Light 19,061.81 1,120. 33y 2 23,450. 

300 New England Electric System 5,402.25 300. 17% 5,325. 

400 Niagara Mohawk Power 11,893.88 720. 35% 14,150. 

300 Public Service of Colorado $12,557.40 $ 540. 45% $ 13,650. 

330 Tampa Electric 10,793.25 396. 38% 12,581. 

600 Tenn. Gas Transmission 15,120.00 840. 28% 17,025. 

100 Texas Utilities 4,587.75 160. 49% 4,938. 

200 Washington Gas Light 8,245.88 400. 43% 8,675. 

200 Wisconsin Public Service 4,276.12 240. 24% 4,900. 

Railroads 

200 N. Y. Chi. & St. L. Railroad 4,075.12 400. 24% 4,950. 

Industrials — Common 

200 Allied Stores $ 8,459.44 $ 600. 42% $ 8,475. 

200 Aluminium, Ltd. 8,045.03 140. 26% 5,325. 

100 American Cyanamid 4,047.56 160. 44 4,400. 

200 Diamond Alkali 7,492.12 360. 34% 6,925. 

75 Dupont DeNemours 14,520.55 450. 185 13,875. 

205 Eastman Kodak Co. 18,613.53 533. Ill 22,755. 

154 Food Fair Stores 4,215.93 154. 34% 5,313. 

300 J. Garfinckel & Co. Inc. 8,550.00 480. 24 7,200. 

220 Garlock Packing Co. 6,550.00 385. 24% 5,335. 

300 General Motors Corp. 13,951.70 600. 39% 11,888. 

52 International Bus. Mach. 15,875.55 127. 369 19,188. 

500 International Harvester 16,858.65 1,000. 34% 17,187. 

200 Johns-Manville 7,575.50 400. 39% 7,950. 

200 Montgomery Ward & Co. 7,768.50 450. 37% 7,550. 

200 National Cash Register 10,818.24 240. 68% 13,700. 

204 National Food Products Co. 5,730.00 224. 25% 5,253. 

100 J. C. Penney Co. 7,842.80 425. 93% 9,337. 

100 Pfaudler-Permutit 2,750.00 140. 27% 2,775. 

100 Pillsbury Mills, Inc. 4,587.75 250. 55% 5,588. 

100 Royal Dutch Petroleum NY (CO __ 7,300.00 340. 73% 7,350. 

21 Royal Dutch Petroleum (NYE) 632.31 44% 942. 

294 Sonoco Products 7,639.25 294. 25% 7,423. 

300 Sperry-Rand 6,916.69 240. 19 5,700. 

100 Standard Oil of California 5,428.04 200. 52y 2 5,250. 

210 Standard Oil of New Jersey 11,887.99 475. 55% 11,576. 

102 Texas Company 6,023.36 250. 71% 7,280. 

300 Time, Incorporated 18,400.00 1,125. 61 18,300. 

200 Westinghouse Electric 12,069.64 400. 57% 11,450. 

Trusts, Insurance, Banks 

782 Chemical Fund $13,188.68 $ 320. 16.44 $ 12,856. 

220 Gulf Life Insurance Co. 5,925.00 110. 21% 4,675. 

50 Travelers Insurance Co. 3,675.00 55. 75% 3,793. 

300 Wachovia Bank & Trust Co. 5,050.00 120. 15% 4,725. 



Journal of Proceedings 313 

Schedule U 
SUMMARY OF INVESTMENTS 

June 30, 1958 

Conference Treasurer Amount Total 

Savings accounts with banks $604,343.27 

Paid up shares with B & L Association 10,000.00 

Note: Federal National Mortgage Association 250,000.00 

Methodist Fund Incorporated 310,000.00 

$1,174,343.27 

Conference Board of Pensions Fund 

Methodist Fund Incorporated 184,000.00 

Conference Board of Trustees 

Methodist Fund Incorporated 204,636.91 

Minimum Salary Fund 

Paid up shares with B & L Association $ 27,000.00 

Real Estate Loan 9,790.87 



Conference Board of Education 

Savings Account (Home Savings & Loan) $ 451.31 

Paid up shares with B & L Associations 6,700.00 



Ministers' Retirement Fund 

Paid up shares with B & L Associations $ 30,000.00 

United States savings bonds — Series F 7,400.00 

Methodist Fund Incorporated 146,000.00 



36,790.87 



7,151.31 



$ 183,400.00 



Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. 

Stocks (gifts) (book value) 43,315.00 



Total $1,833,637.36 



Methodist Fund Incorporated 

Bonds (book value) $106,745.26 

Preferred Stocks (book value) 71,486.90 

Common Stocks (book value) 469,400.20 

Trusts, Insurance, Banks (book value) 27,838.68 

Real Estate Loans 209,960.58 

Savings Account 3,637.45 



$ 889,069.07 



314 North Carolina Annual Conference 

A. M. PULLEN & COMPANY 

3. Auditor's Report On Examination 

For 1957 - 58 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1958 

The Commission on World Service and Finance, 
North Carolina Conference of the Methodist Church, 
Raleigh, North Carolina 
Gentlemen: 

We have examined the books and financial records of Mr. M. J. Cowell, 
Treasurer of the 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE, S.E.J., OF THE METHODIST CHURCH, 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, 

for the 1957-58 Conference year ended June 30, 1958, and now submit our report 

consisting of the exhibits and schedules set forth in the preceding contents, and the 

following related comments. 

FINANCIAL POSITION. 

The financial position of the various boards and committees, the funds which 
are handled in the Central Treasurer's office, is presented in detail in Exhibit "A", 
Fund Balance Sheet. The following is a comparison of the financial position at 
June 30, 1958, of all funds handled by the Central Treasurer with a similar summary 
at June 30, 1957. 

a «.«,/»+ Increase 

ASSeiS. This Year Last Year (Decrease) 

Cash— checking accounts $ 74,574.53 $ 109,423.32 ($ 34,848.79 > 

Cash receipts in transit 68,339.65 64,563.67 3,775.98 

Investments 1,878,069.52 1,690,499.37 187,570.15 

Other assets 137,533.30 130,093.57 7,439.73 

$2,158,517.00 $1,994,579.93 $163,937.07 

Liabilities: 

Accounts and apportionments 

payable $ 524,511.37 $ 543,708.01 ($ 19,196.64) 

Notes payable— banks 105,000.00 80,000.00 25,000.00 

Total Liabilities $ 629,511.37 $ 623,708.01 $ 5,803.36 

Fund balance 1,529,005.63 1,370,871.92 158,133.71 

$2,158,517.00 $1,994,579.93 $163,937.07 



Insurance in force relating to the Conference Treasurer's office at June 30, 1958, 
as evidenced by policies presented to us for our inspection is shown below: 
Fire, lightning and extended coverage: 

Coinsurance Amount 

Contents— 2013 Clark Avenue, Raleigh, N. C 80% $ 9,000.00 

Check forgery and alteration 10,000.00 

Blanket fidelity bond coverage: 

Treasurer 100,000.00 

Assistant to the Treasurer 25,000.00 

Superintendent of Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. . 20,000.00 

Other 10,000.00 

RESULTS OF OPERATIONS 

The results of operations of the funds, boards and committees are presented in 
summary form in Exhibit "B", Income, Expense or Distribution and Fund Balance. 

Mr. M. J. Cowell, Conference Treasurer, has prepared statements from his 
records, for publication in the Conference Journal, comprising the details of the 
results of operations as summarized in Exhibit "B" of our report. These detailed 
statements, with reference numbers corresponding to Exhibit "B", are presented 
under the title "Treasurer's Statement of Board Operations" and have been verified 
by us. 

Exhibit "C", Income from Charges by Districts, presents the income for the 





Income Under 




Apportionment 


Apportionment 


Amount 


% 


$ 159,969.00 


$ 4,520.90 


2.83 


183,438.00 


1,248.80 


.68 


133,281.00 


2,236.06 


1.68 


191,843.00 


17,385.52 


9.06 


155,362.00 


7,553.33 


4.68 


171,329.00 


6,221.14 


3.63 


219,917.00 


7,625.80 


3.47 


179,099.00 


6,379.97 


3.56 


138,655.00 


2,148.36 


1.55 


$1,532,893.00 


$55,319.88 


3.61 



Journal of Proceedings 315 

various apportioned and special items for the 1957-58 Conference year by districts. 
The following is a comparison by districts for the apportionments and income for 
the 1957-58 Conference year: 

Income 

Burlington $ 155,448.10 

Durham 182,189.20 

Elizabeth City 131,044.94 

Fayetteville 174,457.48 

Goldsboro 147,808.67 

New Bern 165,107.86 

Raleigh 212,291.20 

Rocky Mount 172,719.03 

Wilmington 136,506.64 

Total $1,477,573.12 

SCOPE OF EXAMINATION 

Our examination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing 
standards, and accordingly included such tests of the accounting records and such 
other auditing procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances, some 
features of which are referred to in the outline that follows on specific items. 

Cash on deposit was confirmed directly with the banks. Recorded cash receipts 
were traced to their subsequent deposit in the bank on a test basis, and disburse- 
ments were verified by test examination of cancelled checks and paid invoices or 
authorizations. Income from charges as shown by the Treasurer's records was con- 
firmed directly with the pastors by use of the negative type confirmation. 

We examined all replies and determined that necessary adjustments were made. 
Distribution of income from charges was audited by reference to the report of the 
Commission on World Service and Finance for the 1957 and 1958 session of the 
Annual Conference and by reference to proper authorization from the various boards 
of the Conference. 

Investments of the Treasurer and the various boards and funds were either 
inspected or, if held by an outside agent, confirmed by direct confirmation during 
the course of our examination. 

Cash receipts in transit represent 1957-58 collections received by the Treasurer 
subsequent to the balance sheet date and were set up from deposits into the bank 
accounts. Accounts and apportionments payable were set up from disbursements 
subsequent to the balance sheet date and by reference to proper authorization for 
the distribution of 1957-58 collections. 

CERTIFICATE 

In our opinion, the accompanying balance sheet and related statement of in- 
come, expense or distribution and fund balance present fairly the financial position 
of the North Carolina Conference, S.E.J., of the Methodist Church, Mrs. M. J. 
Cowell, Treasurer, at June 30, 1958, and the results of operations for the 1957-58 
Conference year then ended, in conformity with accounting principles of the 
Conference applied on a basis consistent with that of the previous year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. M. PULLEN & CO. 
Certified Public Accountants. 



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North Carolina Annual Conference 



SUMMARY OF INVESTMENTS 

June 30, 1958 

Conference Treasurer: Amount 

Savings accounts with banks $604,343,27 

Paid-up shares with building and savings 

and loan associations 10,000.00 

Federal National Mortgage Association notes 250,000.00 

Investment pool (Methodist Fund, Incorporated) .. 310,000.00 

Conference Board of Pensions: 

Investment pool (Methodist Fund, Incorporated) . . 
Ministers' Retirement Fund: 

Paid-up shares with building and savings 

and loan associations $ 30.000.00 

United States Savings Bonds — 

Series F (redemption value $10,000.00) 7,400.00 

Investment pool (Methodist Fund, Incorporated) . . 146,000.00 

Minimum Salary: 

Notes secured by first mortgage on real estate $ 9,790.87 

Paid-up shares of savings and loan associations 27,000.00 

Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc.: 

Stock — State Capital Life Insurance 

Company (market value $24,444.00) 

Board of Education: 

Paid-up shares of building and loan association $ 6,700.00 

Savings account — Home Savings and 

Loan Association 451.31 

Forwarded 

Methodist Fund, Incorporated: 

Common stocks (market value $515,817.00) $469,400.20 

Trusts, insurance companies and banks 

(market value $26,049.00) 27,838.68 

Preferred stocks (market value $67,337.00) 71,486.90 

Bonds and debentures (market value $113,517.00^ . . 106,745.26 

Real estate loans 209,960.58 

Savings accounts with bank 3,637.45 

$469.00 

Total 

Elimination of Interfund Investments 
in Investment Pool (Methodist Fund, 
Incorporated) 

Total (Exhibit "A") 



SCHEDULE 1 

Total 



$1,174,343.27 
184,000.00 



183,400.00 



36,790.87 



43,315.00 



7,151.31 
$1,629,000.45 



889,069.07 

$1,878,000.00) 
$2,518,069.52 



( 640,000.00) 
$1,878,069.52 



OTHER ASSETS 

June 30, 1958 

SCHEDULE 2 

(Land and/or buildings— at cost less rents received) 
Board of Missions, Inc.: Amount 

Location : 

Burlington : 

Grace $ 4,000.00 

Grove Park (St. Paul) 7,000.00 

Durham: 

Aldersgate 7,726.91 

Glendale Heights 13,905.73 



Journal of Proceedings 327 

Chapel Hill: 

Aldersgate 6,500.00 

North Chapel Hill 3,815.00 

Elizabeth City: 

Trinity 1,030.70 

Grace 4,750.00 

Kill Devil Hills 265.00 

Fayetteville : 

Lyon 11,155.25 

Faymont 5,729.93 

Northmount (Wesley Heights) 3,000.00 

Goldsboro: 

Airboro 3,020.00 

Raleigh Highway 3,500.00 

New Hope Road 3,718.00 

Seven Springs Road 1,040.00 

Smithfield : 

West Smithfield 4,095.94 

Salemburg 1,000.00 

Haveloch : 

Cherry Point 3,210.00 

Kinston : 

St. John 4,000.00 

Stacy 650.00 

New Bern: 

Country Club Area 4,373.47 

Raleigh: 

Layden Memorial 3,419.79 

St. Marks 10,548.58 

Rocky Mount: 

Edgemont 2,919.20 

Tarboro: 

Hart 5,085.71 

Forwarded 

Wilmington: 

Devon Park 6,930.00 

Oleander Boulevard 1,797.99 

Selma Mills 500.00 

Monkey Junction 500.00 

Route #87 500.00 

Total (Exhibit "A") $129,687.20 

4. Other Financial Exhibits 

a. CAMP DON-LEE 

AUDITOR'S REPORT ON EXAMINATION 

July 31, 1958 

Mr. L. R. Foreman, Chairman 
Board of Trustees 
Camp Don-Lee, Incorporated 
Elizabeth City, North Carolina 
Dear Mr. Foreman: 

We have made an examination of the cash receipts and disbursements of 
CAMP DON-LEE 
ARAPAHOE, NORTH CAROLINA 
['for the period from July 16, 1957 to July 31, 1958, and submit herewith our report 
consisting of the following statements: 

Exhibit A— Summary of Cash Receipts and Disbursements, for the period 

I July 16, 1957 to July 31, 1958. 

Schedule A- 1— Receipts, for the period July 16, 1957 to July 31, 1958. 



328 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Schedule A-2 — Disbursements, for the period July 16, 1957 to July 31, 1958. 
Our examination consisted of comparing all receipts as shown by the records 
with bank deposits and paid cancelled checks with book disbursements. In connec- 
tion with cancelled checks, we also examined the paid invoices in support of the 
disbursements. 

The cash on deposit ($1,229.48) at the Guaranty Bank and Trust Company, 
Bayboro, North Carolina was verified by direct communication with the depository. 
The following insurance was in force at July 31, 1958: 

Building and Contents— Fire $89,100.00 

Treasurer's Bond 10,000.00 

Very truly yours, 
FRANK C. SPROUT, 
Certified Public Accountant 

EXHIBIT A 
SUMMARY OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
FOR THE PERIOD JULY 16, 1957 TO JULY 31, 1958 

BALANCE— JULY 16, 1957: 

Guaranty Bank and Trust Company, 

Bayboro, North Carolina $ 93.67 

RECEIPTS (Schedule "A-l") 7,365.47 

TOTAL RECEIPTS TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR $7,459.14 

DISBURSEMENTS (Schedule "A-2") 6,229.66 

BALANCE TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR $1,229.48 

CASH ON DEPOSIT: 

Guaranty Bank and Trust Company, 
Bayboro, North Carolina: 

Balance— July 31, 1958 $1,694.40 

Less— Checks Outstanding: #962 $ 27.35 

#963 437.57 464.92 

BALANCE— JULY 31, 1958 $1,229.48 

RECEIPTS 

For the Period July 16, 1957 to July 31, 1958 

Camp Don-Lee Apportionment Funds from 

North Carolina Conference of the Methodist Church $7,000.00 

Contributions — Individuals and Others 165.00 

Insurance Premium — Refunds 100.47 

Clerk of Superior Court, Pamlico County— Recovery of 

damages to buildings caused by Vandalism 100.00 

TOTAL— RECEIPTS $7,365.47 

DISBURSEMENTS 

For the Period July 16, 1957 to July 31, 1958 

Caretakers' Salaries $ 355.00 

Repairs and Maintenance: 

Equipment $ 229.26 

Buildings 1,826.10 

Grounds 383.56 2,438.92 

Insurance 1,448.35 

Auditing 77.00 

Dedication Expense 462.88 

Funds transferred to Camping Committee 261.95 

Funds transferred to Development of New Campsite 

Near Fayetteville, "North Carolina 115.10 



Journal of Proceedings 329 

Equipment: 

Fire Extinguishers $ 144.64 

Time Clocks 12.00 

Memorial Plaque 9.44 

Water Softener 513.00 

Communication Equipment 176.49 

Tools and Equipment 214.89 1,070.46 



TOTAL— DISBURSEMENTS $6,229.66 

b. METHODIST YOUTH ASSEMBLIES 
July 28, 1958 

Mr. Robert McKenzie, Director 
Methodist Youth Assemblies 
Durham, North Carolina 

We have examined the financial records of the METHODIST YOUTH ASSEM- 
BLIES for the year ended June 30, 1958 and have prepared the attached Cash Re- 
ceipts and Disbursements Statement. 

All recorded receipts were traced into the depository and disbursements were 
verified by examinations of cancelled checks and paid invoices. 

The cash balance at June 30, 1958 was verified by reconciliation of statements 
furnished by the banks. The savings account maintained at the Home Savings and 
Loan Association was withdrawn during the year for purchase of a new car; at 
June 30, 1958 the balance in the savings account was $1.00. 

ASHLIN, THOMAS and KNIGHT 
Certified Public Accountants 

CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

Year Ended June 30, 1958 

Receipts 

Annual Conference Session $ 6,830.16 

Methodist Youth Returns 1,320.52 

Louisburg Assembly 10,076.30 

Older Youth Assembly 612.75 

Station Wagon Savings 1,196.57 

Station Wagon Fund 1,321.96 

Miscellaneous 1,806.46 



Total Receipts $ 23,164.72 

Disbursements 

Louisburg Assembly: 

Promotion $ 183.08 

Supplies 293.58 

Staff 933.34 

Louisburg College 7,029.69 

Miscellaneous 1,057.61 $9,497.30 

Annual Conference Session 

Promotion $ 48.95 

Supplies 99.85 

Staff 767.27 

Duke University 5,103.21 

Miscellaneous 578.67 6,597.95 

Older Youth Assembly 573.44 

Conference Work 564.14 

Resource Material 66.25 

Postage 215.00 

Office Expense 600.65 

Station Wagon Savings 330.00 



330 North Carolina Annual Conference 



Station Wagon Expense 656.18 

New Station Wagon 2,539.88 

Youth Council 286.16 

District Work 538.17 

Miscellaneous 1,535.98 



Total Disbursements 24,001.10 



Excess of Disbursements over Receipts $( 836.38) 

Add : Cash Balance July 1, 1957 1,659.19 



Cash Balance— June 30, 1958 $ 822.81 

BANK RECONCILIATION— WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 

June 30, 1958 

Balance Per Bank Statement $1,026.69 

Less: Outstanding Checks: 

#1458 $ 1.70 #3141 $16.00 

1477 10.00 3146 18.00 

1510 2.00 3170 14.86 

1814 3.00 3175 4.87 

2278 .90 3176 9.00 

2448 7.50 3178 12.80 

4490 2.00 3179 89.25 

2588 12.00 203.88 



Cash Balance— June 30, 1958 $ 822.81 



c. PASTORS' SCHOOL 

North Carolina Pastors' School 
Durham, North Carolina 

We have examined the records of the NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL 
for the period from June 6, 1957, through June 1, 1958, and submit the followina 
Exhibit : 

Exhibit "A" Statement of Receipts and Disbursements 

All receipts were traced into the bank and disbursements were verified by ex- 
amination of the cancelled checks. Balance on deposit with the Home Savings and 
Loan Association was verified by inspection of the deposit book. 

ASHLIN, THOMAS and KNIGHT 
Certified Public Accountants 

Exhibit "A" 
NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

June 6, 1957 - June 1, 1958 

Balance— June 6, 1957 

Wachovia Bank and Trust Co., Durham, N. C. 

Checking Account $ 805.14 

Savings Account 2,233.15 

Total Balance— June 6, 1957 $3,038.29 

Receipts 

N. C. Conference Board of Education $ 400.00 

N. C. Conference Board of Missions 250.00 

Interest on Savings Account 45.69 

Refund on Check Book 4.27 

Total Receipts 699.96 

Total Cash Available $3,738.25 



Journal of Proceedings 331 

Disbursements 

Board of Managers — Travel $ 602.26 

Board of Managers — Luncheons 90.00 

Audit 15.00 

Check Books 8.94. 

Bank Service Charge .25 

Total Disbursements 716.45 



Balance— June 1, 1958 $3,021.80 

Composition of Balance 

Checking Account— Wachovia Bank and Trust Co $ 742.96 

Savings Account — Home Savings and Loan Association 2,278.84 

Total Cash Balance— June 1, 1958 $3,021.80 



d WESLEY FOUNDATION COMMISSION 

June 12, 1958 

Wesley Foundation Commission 
Mr. C. P. Morris, Treasurer 
Durham, North Carolina 

We have checked the records of the WESLEY FOUNDATION COMMISSION 
for the period from June 1, 1957, through June 2, 1958, and have prepared the 
attached financial statements. 

All recorded receipts were traced into the bank and all disbursements were 
verified by examination of cancelled checks. The bank account with the Wachovia 
Bank and Trust Company, Durham, North Carolina, was reconciled as of June 
2 1958 

ASHLIN, THOMAS and KNIGHT 
Certified Public Accountants 

CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

June 1, 1957 - June 2, 1958 

Receipts 

Treasurer, Western N. C. Conference $15,000.00 

Treasurer, N. C. Conference 15,000.00 

Treasurer, Western N. C. Conference — Special 

Church Contribution 2.00 

Treasurer, W. S. C. S. Western N. C. Conference . 1,000.00 

Total Receipts $31,002.00 

Add: Cash Balance— June 1, 1957 5,825.66 

Total Available Cash $36,827.66 

Wesley Foundation Disbursements 

A.S.T.C.— Boone, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation $ 4,000.00 

U.N.C.— Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 4,000.00 

W.C.C.— Cullowhee, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 2,400.00 

N.C. State and Meredith Colleges, Raleigh, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 4,250.00 

W.C.U.N.O— Greensboro, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 4,250.00 

E.C.C.— Greenville, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 500.00 

Pembroke Teachers College— Pembroke, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 100.00 

Total Wesley Foundation $19,500.00 



332 North Carolina Annual Conference 

M. S. F. 

Wake Forest College — Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation $3,500.00 

Duke University — Durham, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 4,250.00 

Davidson— Davidson, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 300.00 

Catawba College — Salisbury, N. C. 

Regular Appropriation 50.00 

Total M. S. F 8,100.00 

University Church Maintenance — 

Chapel Hill, N. C 1,500.00 

State Director 

Salary 4,000.00 

Rent 960.00 

Travel Expense 1,294.55 

Office Expense 1,250.00 

Promotion 8.00 

Total Director Expense 7,512.55 

Miscellaneous Expense 

Audit $ 15.00 

General Board of Education 25.00 

Total Miscellaneous 40.00 

Total Disbursements 36,652.55 

Balance— Cash in Bank— June 2, 1958 $ 175.11 

Receipts 

Treasurer, Building Fund — W. N. C. Conference $10,218.98 

Treasurer, Building Fund— N. C. Conference 4,000.00 

Total Receipts $14,218.98 

Add: Cash Balance— June 1, 1957 19.98 

Total Available Cash $14,238.96 

Disbursements 

E. F. Coe Realty Co.— Payment on Lot— Boone, N. C $ 3,800.00 

Fouschee — Olson Realty Co.— Building and Lot 

Chapel Hill, N. C 10,000.00 

Bert Warren — Insurance on Building 39.60 

Total Disbursements 13,839.60 

Balance— Cash in Bank— June 2, 1958 $ 399.36 

BANK RECONCILIATION— WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 
June 2, 1958 

Balance per Bank Statement — May 31, 1958 $1,775.10 

Less: Outstanding Checks #334 $333.00 

335 80.00 

336 337.00 

338 40.00 

339 250.63 

340 100.00 

341 30.00 

342 30.00 1,200.63 

Balance per Records $ 574.47 

Program Fund $175.11 

Building Fund 399.36 

Total $574.47 



Journal of Proceedings 



333 



SECTION VII 

STATISTICAL 
TABLES 

Compiled and Edited 
by 

D. D. TRAYNHAM 

Conference Statistician 



NOTE: An explanation of the numbering system: 

The charge number for stations or circuits continues in use as heretofore 
and is subject to change when any change in name or alignment affects 
the alphabetical listing. 

The new CHURCH numbers have been assigned to all local churches 
permanently for the benefit of persons doing research. The letters indi- 
cate the county (by abbreviation) in which the church is located. The 
figures are the church number within its county. 



NOTE ON TABLE 2-A, FUND NO 7, SEVEN BENEVOLENCES 

The Combined Benevolences are distributed as follows: 

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Fund 
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53 General Administration .834% 

54 Jurisdictional Budget 1.024% 

54 Conference Administration 3.599% 

55 Interdenominational Cooperation Fund .660% 

56 World Service 14.814% 

Conference Program 9.861% 

24.675% 

66 Colleges and Universities 25.836% 

67 Wesley Foundation 3.647% 

68 Hospitals 2.718% 

69 Homes for Children. Youth and the Aged ... 24.843% 

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